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Pair's deaths being treated as accidents by detectives.

Byline: IAN MANGAN and OLIVIA KELLEHER

GARDAI yesterday said they are treating two separate sudden deaths as tragic accidents.

The body of a woman in her mid 60s and from Eastern Europe was found by her friend in the kitchen when she called to her flat in Patrick's Hill in Cork city yesterday.

An ambulance was called but she was pronounced dead at the scene.

It's understood she suffered from a health condition.

Gardai yesterday requested the assistance of the State Pathologist's Office and a full postmortem was carried out at Cork University Hospital. Officers are awaiting the results.

In a seperare incident a man's body was discovered at a property in Grenagh, Co Cork, in the early hours of yesterday.

It's understood the male, aged in his late 20s, was found by his father at the porch of the property.

He received emergency medical attention at the scene but efforts to revive him failed.

The initial indications were that the death is not suspicious and may have been the result of a tragic accident.

A file for both cases will be prepared for the coroner's court in due course.

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