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Police called to 'sudden death' in Strood

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Police found a body after being called to a house in Strood. Emergency services were called to the house on Cross Street around 4pm on Tuesday.
Police and one fire engine plus a specialist vehicle from Kent Fire and Rescue Service attended.
Following a search of the property a body was discovered.
Fire crews then left the scene at 5.20pm while police remained outside the house.
Witnesses reported seeing a forensic van and police officers at the address.
A spokesman for Kent Police said the incident was a 'sudden death' and could not comment any further at this time.

The death is not believed to be suspicious.

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