SANGERVILLE — Autopsy results show that a 49-year-old man and his 25-year-old son who died at a central Maine hunting camp had cocaine, painkillers and alcohol in their systems at the time of their deaths.

Those were among the findings released Monday by the state Medical Examiner’s Office. The cause of their deaths was not released.

Andrew Giroux and his son, Dustin, of Saco, were among six men who gathered at Andrew Giroux’s camp in Sangerville to celebrate his son’s upcoming marriage.

The elder Giroux was found dead outside the camp the morning of Aug. 1. His son was discovered inside in bed, but he could not be revived.

Jim Ferland, administrator of the Medical Examiner’s Office, told the Bangor Daily News that both men had underlying medical conditions as well.

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