He added, “We know, 100 percent, without a doubt, that it was a murder-suicide.”
According to The Journal, Cascetta’s husband was away at the time of the incident, but her parents were inside the home.
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A neighbor told the New York Post, the victim and her husband “had ambulances and police come to their house two, maybe three times this summer. At least twice.” The nature of those visits, however, is unclear.
A spokesperson for Mount Sinai Hospital told NBC News that the Mount Sinai community was "greatly saddened by the tragic loss of a Mount Sinai Health System doctor and her child."
"We extend our deepest sympathies to Dr. Cascetta’s family, friends, colleagues and patients," the spokesperson said.
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