Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan died by drowning as a result of alcohol intoxication, a “tragic accident” according to statements made during an inquest held on Thursday at Westminster Coroner’s Court in London. According to BBC News, the 46-year-old vocalist had been drinking heavily before she was found dead in room 2005 of the Park Lane Hilton hotel in Park Lane, London on the morning of January 15th. She was found submerged face up in the bath by a maid the morning after she checked into the hotel and declared dead after police and paramedics failed to revive her. Police found empty bottles of alcohol in O’Riordan’s hotel room. There were also containers of prescription drugs with tablets in each, though a toxicology report showed that O’Riordan had only “therapeutic” amounts of medication in her blood. However, her blood alcohol levels were more than four times over the legal driving limit. O’Riordan displayed no injuries or evidence of self-harm, although she had struggled for many years with bipolar disorder and excessive drinking.