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IrelandElderly couple tragically found dead in house by gardai in Convoy, Co Donegal

05:15  14 march  2019
05:15  14 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Gardai are continuing to question a man in connection with the death of two pensioners in Co Donegal yesterday morning. Gardaí were called to a house in Carndonagh, shortly after 9 o'clock where they Reporter with the Donegal Democrat, Sue Doherty, says the couple are well known in the local area

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Elderly couple tragically found dead in house by gardai in Convoy, Co Donegal © Collins 18/05/2007 The Garda Harcourt Square HQ which has specialist units such as the Bureau of Fraud Investigation and the NBCI on Harcourt Street,Dublin. A detective was found shot dead at the Garda Dublin Harcourt Square HQ. Gardai are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident and say the death is being treated as a tragedy. Photo: Collins

Gardai have sealed off a house in the village of Convoy in Co Donegal after an elderly couple were found dead.

The couple were found dead earlier today by neighbours who alerted Gardai.

The coroner for Donegal, Dr Denis McCauley is on his way to the scene to carry out a further examination of the bodies.

Woman in 80s found dead in armchair after house blaze

Woman in 80s found dead in armchair after house blaze Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal house fire in the south-west of the country in which an elderly woman died. Emergency services were alerted to a fire at a property in Youghal, east Cork, yesterday evening and rushed to the scene. The blaze was contained by fire services and the house was searched. Sources said a pensioner, aged in her 80s, was discovered inside. She was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the fatal fire is under way, but it is currently being treated as a tragic accident. The dead woman was discovered in an armchair.

A man has been arrested after a couple were found dead at their home in Carndonagh, Donegal . According to Donegal Daily A man was detained by the authorities when they were called to the scene. The house has been sealed off and the State Pathologist has been notified of the incident.

Gardaí in Co Donegal have sadly confirmed this evening that an elderly has sadly passed away following a house fire in Cloghan. It is understood the man tragically lost his life after the blaze broke out at the property in Glassaghbeg in Cloghan this afternoon. Emergency services quickly rushed to

Gardai have sealed off the area and a full Garda forensic examination is expected to also take place.

The married couple were very well-known in the area.

A Garda spokesman said "This is very fresh and we simply cannot say at this stage how they died.

"A full examination of the scene will be carried out to determine what direction our investigation will take."

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