September 13, 2010 by Post Team
Emily Staup, 30, was found dead in her home with a plastic bag of crystal form of the highly toxic chemical.
A hazardous materials team cleared the residence of Milford, hazardous substances, but researchers are investigating whether she took the cyanide from the laboratory where he worked and how they carried.
Officials also had his car towed Westwood railway station, where Staup regularly park before taking the train to work.
Some first responders were treated for exposure to cyanide after the coaching staff found. Emergency workers and a family member Staup taken to an area hospital as a precautionary measure and later released.
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