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Police investigating why Maine woman died in Somersworth apartment
Police Capt. Russell Timmons said "a friend or associate" began cardiopulmonary resuscitation after finding Serena Errico, 39, in an apartment at 17 Market St.
Police, firefighters and emergency personnel from American Ambulance Services – New England responded at 10:19 p.m.
As of Tuesday, Timmons could not comment why or for how long Errico was in Somersworth, whether her death appears to be suspicious, or when she may have died. He said an autopsy will be conducted, but it has not been scheduled yet.
Timmons said the "cause and circumstances of the death are under investigation."
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