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Toxicology report shows .23 BAC in woman who died after fall from resort

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Hambrice was visiting the area from Louisiana with her boyfriend, 38-year-old Ian James.

Police said they received a call around 12:30 a.m. July 30 saying a woman had fallen from the 12th floor of the resort. When officers arrived on the scene they found Hambrice lying on the south side of the building on the deck of the main floor. 

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