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Woman's death in playground wasn't the result of foul play

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The death of a 33-year-old woman found on a playground at a Manitoba Housing complex in Tuxedo was not the result of foul play, police said this morning.

The woman’s death on the weekend was not linked to a criminal act, police said.

However, police would not say what led to the woman’s death.

The woman has been identified by neighbours as Nadia Fiddler, who lived in the housing complex on Doncaster Street.

Fiddler’s body was found by another resident on the playground just before 10 a.m. Saturday.

 

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