Actress Mary Mara’s Drowning Death May Have Involved Blunt Trauma To Her Head

Actress Mary Mara’s drowning may have been the result of a serious head injury, according to her representative. Her rep Craig Dorfman spoke to TMZ about the incident and said investigators believe she may have died after slipping and hitting her head after swimming in the town of Cape Vincent.

They say that on Sunday morning she took a dip in the river, which was one of her favorite places to swim, and after getting out of the water, they believe she slipped and hit her head, causing her to fall into the water and drown . Their reasoning comes because she had abrasions on her face when they found her body.

Actress Mary Mara’s drowning death may have resulted in blunt trauma to her head

As of now, there’s no idea what she might have hit her head on, but believe this is logical reasoning and resulted in her being either knocked out or weakened.

Her rep has also said investigators have ruled out third-party negligence, and it remains unclear what makes her so sure the trauma to her head was an accident. Dorfman says he and Mary’s family believe drugs or alcohol played no role in her death.

Over the past two days, Mara’s family has received many messages of support and they were deeply grateful.

We hope they can find out exactly what happened.

Rest in peace Mara. She just turned 61.

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