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‘Unexplained’ death of woman at caravan site in Cromer

PUBLISHED: 12:37 02 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:54 02 August 2018

Air ambulance at Seacroft caravan site in Cromer. Pictures: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts

Air ambulance at Seacroft caravan site in Cromer. Pictures: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts

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Police are treating the death of a woman at a caravan site in Cromer as “unexplained”.

Air ambulance at Seacroft caravan site in Cromer. Pictures: Dave 'Hubba' RobertsAir ambulance at Seacroft caravan site in Cromer. Pictures: Dave 'Hubba' Roberts

Emergency services were called to Seacroft caravan and motorhome club in Cromer Road just after 9.10am today.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: “Police were called by the East of England Ambulance service following reports of a death of a woman in Cromer.

“The air ambulance was in attendance but sadly the woman, aged in her 40s, died at the scene.

“The death is currently being treated as unexplained and a seal has been put in place whilst officers carry out enquiries into the circumstances of the incident. Any updates will be proactively issued by the press office.”

Seacroft. Pictures: David BaleSeacroft. Pictures: David Bale

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