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Death of woman in Donegal house being treated as a 'sudden death'

The woman was found dead in the bedroom of a house early yesterday morning.

A section of Lough Road as it leads into Milford, Co Donegal.
A section of Lough Road as it leads into Milford, Co Donegal.
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GARDAÍ AREN’T TREATING as suspicious the death of a woman whose body was found in Co Donegal over the weekend. 

The woman, aged in her 40s, was found dead at a house on Lough Road, Milford early yesterday morning. 

Gardaí had been waiting until the State Pathologist carried out a post-mortem investigation before determining the course of their investigation.

Following a post-mortem examination today, Gardaí are now treating the matter as a “sudden death” and a file will be prepared for the Coroner.

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