"On behalf of the men and women of the Barrington Police Department, our deepest sympathies and condolences are extended to the Haley and Williams' families during their tragic loss", LaCross' statement read.
The 97-year-old twin sisters were only a few steps away from one of the women's home.
When Haley went to call for help, authorities say, she tripped on a rug in her garage.
A pair of 97-year-old twin sisters are thought to have frozen to death after they fell over in the driveway in freezing conditions.
The twins were found dead outside their Rhode Island, US home. Haley lived along the Providence River waterfront in Barrington for more than 60 years. John W. "Jack" Haley Jr., who lived at the home on Opechee Drive, died in 1995 leaving behind a wife, Jean, and three children.
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He also said that Hussain complained that the girl tried to make an advance on him, which he turned down. Hussain was arrested after the girl and her parents lodged a complaint with police.
Later that night, the younger sister left, and authorities believe Williams may have tripped and fallen in the driveway as she walked out to her auto.
Two elderly women have died after apparently falling outside a Barrington home late Friday, spending the overnight hours outside in frigid temperatures.
Nothing was missing from either of the sisters, or from the premises, leading investigators to think that no foul play was involved in their deaths. A neighbor found them Saturday morning. The younger sister, who lives elsewhere in Barrington and wasn't named by police, left the two sisters at some point before the falls, police said.
John LaCrosse, Barrington's police chief, said that the twins...
On Friday night, much of New England recorded some of their winters coldest temperatures.