Investigation Launches Following Fatal House Fire In Co Cavan

An investigation has been launched following a fatal house fire in Co Cavan.

The blaze was reported in the Church Street area at 2.15pm on Monday.

Emergency services attained the scene and woman's body was discovered in the house. She is believed to be aged in her 70's.

The woman's body has been taken to Cavan General Hospital where a post-mortem will be carried out.


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