Drug overdose suspected in death of Long Island doctor Kiersten Cerveny: cops
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WPIX: Police found a woman dead in the doorway of a Chelsea apartment Sunday morning, but they're not calling it a homicide.

via WPIX:

CHELSEA, NEW YORK CITY -- (WPIX) -- Police say they suspect a Long Island dermatologist found unconscious in the entryway of a Manhattan apartment building may have died of a drug overdose.

Investigators were awaiting the results of toxicology and other tests for more clues about the death of Kiersten Cerveny. Authorities said Monday an initial examination was inconclusive.

Cerveny was found Sunday morning. Police say two men were seen on security video carrying her into the entryway before leaving the scene.

UPDATED via WPIX:

Police found a woman dead in the doorway of a Chelsea apartment Sunday morning, but they're not calling it a homicide.

A 911 call was placed at 223 W 16th St. around 8:32 a.m., authorities said. Officers found the woman, identified as 38-year-old Dr. Kiersten Cerveny of Manhasset, in the apartment building's vestibule around 8:32 a.m.

Ceverny's body was found sprawled by the front door of the fifth-floor walk-up with bruises around her neck, police told PIX11.

FULL STORY: Long Island doctor, 38, found dead in doorway of Chelsea apartment: police - WPIX

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