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EARLVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Authorities have ruled the death of a northeast Iowa woman was a homicide.

Delaware County authorities initially reported that 39-year-old Amy Mullis had been fatally injured in a fall Nov. 10 at her farm about 4 miles northwest of Earlville. The Iowa Public Safety Department said in a news release Friday that Todd Mullis had called 911 and said no one had seen what happened — that her death was unattended.

The department says an autopsy report has since listed the manner of her death as homicide.

No arrests have been reported.

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