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It's understood gardaí are not treating the incident as suspicious. Alamy Stock Photo

Two bodies discovered at house in Co Longford

The suspected cause of the deaths is understood to be carbon monoxide poisoning.

TWO BODIES WERE discovered at a house in Co Longford over the weekend.

It is understood that the incident is not being treated as suspicious, with carbon monoxide poisoning considered the cause of the deaths.

Gardaí told The Journal that there is no criminal investigation underway following the discovery.

“A file will be prepared for the Coroners Court,” a Garda spokesperson said.

Additional reporting by Niall O’Connor

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