Police called to reports of sudden death at property in Bertram Way, Norwich
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Police are investigating a sudden death in Norwich.
Officers were called to reports of a sudden death at a property in Bertram Way, off Rosary Road, shortly before 9.30am on Wednesday, July 26.
A Norfolk police spokesman confirmed someone had died at the address.
The spokesman said the death was unexplained but not thought to be suspicious.
A police car and forensic services van were among the emergency vehicles sent to the scene.
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A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) said they were called to reports of a person unconscious and not breathing in Norwich at 9.25 on Wednesday, July 26.
The spokesman said an ambulance and a community first responder (CFR) attended.
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He said: 'Sadly the patient was pronounced dead at scene.'