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Kentford: Name of woman who died in Gazeley Road fire is released

14:29 15 February 2013

Firefighters tackle a blaze just off Bury Road in Kentford.

Firefighters tackle a blaze just off Bury Road in Kentford.

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AN INQUEST has been opened and adjourned into the death of a woman whose body was found in a bungalow following a fire there last week.

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Anne Guinle, 50, was found dead at her home address in Gazeley Road, Kentford, near Newmarket, on February 8.

The inquest was opened and adjourned as a paper exercise only today at 2pm at the Coroners Office at Suffolk Constabulary in Raingate Street, Bury St Edmund.

A man in his 60s was taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds suffering from smoke inhalation.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk Police said they are not treating the fire as suspicious.

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