TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - The head of Ohio's funeral directors board says she'll recommend administrative charges and license suspensions for a funeral home where 11 bodies intended for cremation were found in a damp room.

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) The head of Ohio's funeral directors board says she'll recommend administrative charges and license suspensions for a funeral home where 11 bodies intended for cremation were found in a damp room.

A statement from the Toledo funeral home says it provided embalming in accordance with state law. Its attorney says any delay in cremation resulted from physicians failing to provide death certificates in a timely manner.

The Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors' executive director wouldn't discuss details of the investigation ahead of a special meeting Tuesday.

The Lucas County coroner's office says the bodies of 10 adults and a premature infant were found Friday. It says the bodies were being stored in cremation boxes and body bags. Officials say at least one body had been there since January.