A Texas mother found dead in her SUV with her two young daughters last week likely died of an overdose before her children succumbed to heat stroke, reports suggest.
The bodies of Natalie Chambers, 31, and her daughters Isabel, 4, and Elise, 2, were tragically found by police just after 10am last Thursday inside a blue 2008 Ford Escape in Farmers Branch, Dallas.
They had last been seen alive around 8am Wednesday when they left their home in Forney to attend a park playdate with friend in Grapevine, but failed to show.
Family and friends told InForney that they were immediately worried about Chamber’s disappearance because of her history with drug and alcohol abuse.
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