The Boulder County Coroner's Office today ruled that Janice Adams, a Boulder homeless woman found dead in April along Boulder Creek, died of alcohol poisoning.
Boulder County Coroner Emma Hall ruled Adams, 53, died of "acute ethanol intoxication," and ruled the death an accident, according to a news release.
Adams' body was found at 8:45 p.m. April 4 at the underpass just south of Central Park.
Isabel McDevitt, director of homeless services center Bridge House, said in April that Adams was "a long-term member of the community who was well respected" and a client of Bridge House.
Adams was one of four homeless people whose bodies were found outdoors in Boulder over a five-week span in April and May.