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Sudden death in Dartmouth, N.S., ruled not suspicious

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Halifax Regional Police announced on Tuesday that the sudden death of a woman in Dartmouth has been ruled not suspicious.

Police announced that officers found the woman inside a residence on Rosedale Drive at approximately 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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An autopsy was conducted by the medical examiner on Monday.

The death has now been ruled not suspicious.

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