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Woman Dies In House Fire In Orange County

Woman Dies In House Fire In Orange County

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There’s been a deadly fire in Orange County. The Orange County Fire Marshal and the Town of Orange Police Chief want the State Police to investigate the fatal fire. 73-year-old Mary Jane Clay was found Sunday by firefighters inside her burning home. Clay was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation is now underway.

 

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