Aubree Corona’s manner of death reported as accidental
Post was updated on 11/1/19 to clarify toxicology information.
28-year-old Aubree Corona’s body was found on August 20th, 2019 about 1.3 miles from her vehicle in the Leeds Creek area of Fremont County. The Fremont County Coroner’s report confirms her manner of death an “accident” and the cause of death “complications of environmental exposure and hypothermia.”
Aubree reportedly became disoriented on mountain roads after leaving a Sublette County campsite headed to Pinedale, WY on July 13th, 2019, according to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office. She ended up crossing Union Pass into Fremont County and stopped in Dubois where she got directions. Her vehicle was discovered on August 17th and was mechanically disabled; most likely a result of driving on rough mountain roads.
Additionally, the coroner’s report listed her “relevant toxicology” as Oxycodone, Delta-9 THC and Gabapentin. Fremont County Coroner Mark Stratmoen commented, “In this case the combination of substances were directly relevant to the disorientation and confusion that contributed to the circumstances.”