Authorities found Amanda Leigh Bradley Friday evening after she didn’t report to her assigned ride. Police found items indicating heroin use in the trailer. Bradley’s official cause of death will be determined by the state medical examiner. Police said Bradley worked for Deggeller Attractions, but didn’t say what ride she operated.
The news comes on International Overdose Awareness Day. Officials in Maryland have declared a state of emergency in combatting heroin addiction, saying it does not discriminate against geographic or economic boundaries. City officials are planning to host a vigil on Monday night at War Memorial Plaza to remember victims of heroin overdoses.
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