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Woman And Dogs Found Dead In St Ives
5:33pm 12th February 2013
(Updated 5:33pm 12th February 2013)
A 62 year old St Ives woman and her pet dogs have died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
Fire crews got the call to a house on Bedford Road earlier this morning.
Police and safety experts are now trying to work out what happened.
A spokesperson for Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "A woman and three dogs have died in what is suspected to be an incident of carbon monoxide poisoning.
"A crew from St Ives Community Fire Station attended the incident at a property in Bedford Road, St Ives after a call was received at 8.43am this morning.
"The Police, Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service and the Health and Safety Executive are now involved in carrying out an investigation."
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