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An aged woman found dead after apartment fire

06.03.2014 12:41 Corpse detection

On Wednesday March 5 at 5:20 a.m. Malatya police division received a report on a fire burning the apartment at 10 Andranik street, Yerevan.
Arriving at the scene, police operatives established that the fire had started from the balcony of the apartment 50 at 10 Andraniki street, Yerevan, on the same day at 4:45 a.m. Shoghakat Khachatryan's (DOB 1935) burnt body was found on her apartment balcony. 
The circumstances of the accident are being looked.
Forensic  medical examination has been assigned.
Preliminary investigation is underway.

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