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Police investigating death at Main Street Project

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Police are investigating the sudden death of a man at Winnipeg's Main Street Project.

The man died early Friday while being held at the detoxification centre, located at 75 Martha Ave.

The death is not considered suspicious, a police spokesman said today.

The status of how the man came to be at the centre and whether he was being held under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act, was not disclosed.

 

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