Sudden death of woman in her 30s in Norwich
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Police and ambulance services were called to the sudden death of a woman last night in Norwich.
The ambulance service received a call to a woman in her 30s not breathing in Hall Road at 9.24pm yesterday.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said: 'Two rapid response vehicles, ambulance crew, and response car from East Anglian Air Ambulance were dispatched.
'Despite their best efforts the patient sadly died at the scene.'
The ambulance service called the police to the scene at 9.40pm.
The police are not treating the incident as suspicious.
The incident happened at the junction between Hall Road and Hobart Lane, near to the betting shop BetFred.
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