06/03/2015

Woman Charged Over Suspicious House Fire

A woman has been charged in relation to a suspicious house fire in Co Louth last year.

Following an investigation into the blaze, which occurred at Cork Street in Drogheda on 16 August last year, gardaí confirmed a 27-year-old woman has been charged in connection with the incident. A woman, aged 73, was seriously injured in the fire in 2014. She later died from her injuries.

The woman is expected to appear before Drogheda District Court today (6 March).

(JP/IT)

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