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UPDATE: Autopsy: Waverly woman died after 3-story fall

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Undated photos of Robin Krabill of Waverly. Undated photos of Robin Krabill of Waverly.
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LA CROSSE, Wis. (KWWL) -

A Waverly woman found dead in an alley in Wisconsin apparently died after a third-story fall from a fire escape, according to police investigation and an autopsy report.

Robin S. Krabill, 32, of Waverly was found dead in an alley behind 122 and 126 Third Street North in La Crosse, Wisconsin, on Monday, according to La Crosse Police.

Police say that, based on video surveillance and their own investigation, Krabill had been consuming alcohol the night before the incident occurred, and appeared to be disoriented and having difficulty walking.

One video camera showed her alone, at 4 a.m. Monday, trying to ascend the stairs of the fire escape in the alley where she was found.

Autopsy results conclude that her injuries were consistent with falling.

Police also plan a toxicology report as part of the investigation.

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ORIGINAL STORY:

La Crosse Police say a Waverly woman was found dead behind a La Crosse tavern on Monday.

The employees of Digger's Sting Restaurant found the body of 32-year-old Robin Krabill in the alley behind the tavern Monday morning.

Police have not released details to the cause of her death.

According to our sister station WXOW, investigators spent much of Monday morning searching the area talking with potential witnesses and looking for any video from cameras in that area.

The department statement did ask for help from anyone with information on this incident.

The La Crosse Police Department can be contacted at 608-785-5962 or La Crosse Area Crime Stoppers at 608-784-TIPS (8477), or text LAXTIPS to 274637 (Crimes).

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Amie Steffeneicher contributed to this report.

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