The preliminary autopsies performed on a man and woman from Burna who were found dead Tuesday at a home on U.S. 60 were released Wednesday by the State Medical Examiner's office in Louisville.

The preliminary results of the autopsy on Deborah A. Burnette, 56, indicated she died as a result of a brain aneurysm. Her body was found in the bedroom.

The preliminary results from the autopsy on Terry S. Burnette, 57, indicated he died from a weak heart as a result of medical issues. He was found deceased in the front yard.

Both had various medical issues, the report read.

State police received a call from the Livingston County sheriff about two people found dead at a residence on U.S. 60 at 4:04 p.m. Tuesday.

The Kentucky State Police found no signs of foul play at the scene and it is not suspected in their deaths. The death investigations are being conducted by KSP Detective Cory Hamby.

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