A neighbor found them Saturday morning.
WHIO reports that when Haley attempted to re-enter her home to call for help, police say she may have tripped on a rug in the garage and fallen.
Ninety-seven years ago, Jean Haley and Martha Williams entered the world together. Jean is thought to have fallen in her garage, while Martha may have collapsed in the driveway heading for her vehicle. The sisters are believed to have been outside all night, though, in sub-freezing temperatures, which has led the police to preliminarily suggest the sisters died because of the frigid temperatures they were exposed to for several hours, likely resulting in hypothermia.
On Friday night, the twins went into town for dinner with their younger sister, an unnamed 89-year-old who lives in another home in Barrington.
Haley, of Barrington, was subsequently found in the garage.
The precise cause of death hasn't been issued but extremely cold temperatures might have been a factor in the deaths, La Coss said.
Two elderly twins died in a heartbreaking incident in Rhode Island.
Relatives outside the isolated waterfront home said they were still in too much shock to speak to reporters Sunday, the Providence Journal reports.
Police are not treating their deaths as suspicious and do not suspect foul play - as both sisters had nothing taken from their purses.
John LaCrosse, Barrington's police chief, said that the twins...
A man answering the phone at the Barrington home said he was not yet ready to talk about what happened.