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By Dailymail. A Utah woman who died after crashing into a river in March whose baby daughter's survived after 14 hours in a wrecked car had marijuana's and other drugs in her system at the time. Jenny Groesbeck, 25, died of a blunt force injury to the head in the March crash, however a medical examiner's report revealed she was also 'intoxicated on a cocktail of drugs' which would have impacted her ability to drive at the the time of the crash.
A medical examiner found a mixture of intoxicating substances in Groesbeck's system, including Clonazepam, THC, morphine, codeine and hydromorphone. The drugs indicate that Groesbeck had likely been taken heroin and marijuana in the hours leading up to the accident. Incredibly, her month-old daughter Lily was miraculously pulled alive from the partially submerged vehicle despite being inside for 14 hours.
Scroll down for video. Under the influence: Jennifer Lynn Groesbeck, 25 pictured with her daughter and an unidentified man on Facebooklost control of her vehicle in Spanish Forks, Utah, but Lily was pulled alive from the vehicle. Rescue mission: When Lily was retreived from the car pictured after it was dragged to shorepolice officers handed the cold girl to one another until she reached the shore and could be taken to hospital.
The car went into the river after it struck a cement barrier on the south side of the bridge. At the time, police said they recovered marijuana, 16 pills of the painkiller Tramadol and an unused syringe still in its packaging from Groesbeck's purse inside the car.
The medical examiner concluded Groesbeck died 'as a result of blunt force injury of the head. Other ificant conditions include mixed drug intoxication. Groesbeck crashed about Her car went into the river after it struck a cement barrier on the south side of the bridge. However the partially submerged car was not spotted until the following morning by a fisherman. Groesbeck, pictured with Lily, was an 'amazing mother', according to her sister, who said: 'Her baby was the love of her life'. According to the Deseret Newsthe first call for help was made to a non-emergency line, with the caller saying: 'Are you guys aware there's a car in the river on the south end of Spanish Fork, Main Street, over the bridge?
Then four minutes later, the same caller dials directly saying: 'There's a car in the river. It's upside down off of Main Street and there is a person inside. I can see a hand. Rescuers could hear Groesbeck's daughter, Lily, in the car and managed to pull her out. Devastating: A fisherman found the car the next day, partially submerged in the river. Groesbeck pictured in Facebook snaps was found dead in driver's seat of vehicle. She was still strapped into her car seat in the partly submerged car, some 14 hours after the crash. Officers formed a line in the river and handed the cold girl to one another until she was on the shoreline and in emergency workers' arms.
They rushed her to an ambulance and performed CPR. It is still unclear how she managed to survive for so long without food or water. As she dangled, icy water rushed just below her head through broken car windows as the Dodge Caliber sat perched on the bank and rocks.
The temperatures were near freezing throughout the night and through the morning. After just a few days in the hospital, Lily appeared to make a 'miraculous recovery' and was well enough to sing nursery rhymes, laugh and interact with family members. Grosebeck was driving to her home in Springville after visiting her parents in Salem. Night drive: Police said that Groesbeck was driving home from her parents' house in Salem when the car bottom right crashed.
Out of sight: Police said the car likely sat in the river for so long because it was hidden by cement barriers on the side of the road. It was eventually spotted by a fisherman. Groesbeck's family members ly said she was studying medical assisting and suffered from back issues because of a car crash, identifying those as possible explanations for the discovery of the drugs.
Her father, Chad, told reporters earlier this year that he woke up on the morning after the crash knowing that something wasn't right. After not finding his daughter at her Springville home, he tried to trace where she may have traveled when he came upon the scene of the crash. Paying tribute, Grosebeck's sister Jill Sanderson said earlier this year that Grosebeck had a goal of becoming a medical assistant, and had lived in the Provo area her entire life.
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