A woman from Buxton, Maine whose body was pulled from a river in Connecticut late last week may have been struck by a train.

Maine woman found dead in Connecticut river

The body of  46-year-old Annette L. White was spotted Friday morning in the Saugatuck River in Westport by a duck hunter in a kayak.

According to  the state medical examiner's office, White died from blunt trauma injuries consistent with being struck by a vehicle or a very high fall.

The Westport News reported that White was last seen alive around 4 p.m. on the day after Christmas by the owner of the home where she was living.

Westport Police say they have reviewed video that showed a Metro North Railroad train stopped on the bridge that day, while crew members appeared to get out and search around the lead car. Investigators say the death appears to be accidental.

A search on Monday of a bridge pier below the train tracks turned up a cell phone and an earring that belonged to the victim.

Annette White graduated from Bonny Eagle High School in Standish, Maine in 1986, received a Master's Degree from the University of Oklahoma and taught psychology on the college level for several years.  She had started a mental health counseling service in Naples, Maine in 2012.

Police said that White had been living in Connecticut since July.