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Gardaí rule out foul play in Cork death

The body of a woman in her early 40s was discovered in Summer Hill North last night.

GARDAÍ HAVE RULED out foul play in an investigation into the death of a woman in Cork.

The body of the woman in her early 40s was discovered in a house at Clifton Terrace in Summer Hill North at around 9.30pm last night.

The woman’s body was removed to Cork University Hospital where a post mortem was carried out by Assistant State Pathologist Dr Margaret Bolster.

Gardaí confirmed this evening that results indicate there was no foul play involved.

Previously: Body of woman found in Cork city house >

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