24/04/2015

Elderly Woman Dies In North Belfast House Fire

An elderly woman has died in a house fire in north Belfast.

The woman, believed to be in her late 80s, had lived in Rosepenna Parade.

Neighbours attempted to break into the house but were not able to help the woman.

Emergency services attended the scene and controlled the blaze.
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Police have launched an investigation, however it is believed to have been started accidently.

(LM)

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