5-year-old Twins Found Dead After Police Recovered Body Of Mother Who Had Jumped Off Bridge

US-CRIME-SHOOTING A San Mateo County Sheriff officer puts up police tape at a crime scene after a shooting at the Spanish Town shops in Half Moon Bay, California, on January 24, 2023. - A suspected gunman was in custody Monday over the killing of seven people in a rural community in northern California, just two days after a mass shooting at a Lunar New Year celebration near Los Angeles. (Photo by Samantha Laurey / AFP) (Photo by SAMANTHA LAUREY/AFP via Getty Images)
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OAN’s Abril Elfi 
11:55 AM – Saturday, October 21, 2023

Florida police have found the bodies of two girls dead after the discovery of their mother’s body. 


Authorities in central Florida said Friday that deputies are investigating a mother who fell to her death from a highway bridge after later discovering her 5-year-old twins dead at her home.

According to reports, deputies were called to a highway bridge in Seminole County, Florida on Friday morning when witnesses claim seeing the 31-year-old mother leave her car and jump into the lake below the highway.

A news release from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office stated that the woman was pronounced dead after her body was removed from the water with the assistance of other boaters.

After discovering the woman’s identification and that she had 5-year-old twins who were not in the car, deputies went to her house where they discovered the twins dead at their home. 

Police discovered the twins, identified as Ahmad and Ava Jackson, dead in their beds inside the home. 

According to the police, both the children had special needs and there were no gunshot wounds or traces of blunt force trauma on the children’s bodies.

“The manner of death for the twins is unknown at this time, with no apparent signs of trauma, and is pending autopsy results,” the sheriff’s office said.

The investigation of the cause of death of the twins and the reason behind the murder-suicide is still ongoing. 

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