Update: Woman found dead in Waterfront area of Ipswich – Police say sudden death is non-suspicious

PUBLISHED: 15:21 29 June 2016 | UPDATED: 17:15 29 June 2016

Air ambulance. Stock image

Air ambulance. Stock image

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A woman was found dead in the Waterfront area of Ipswich this afternoon, police have confirmed

Emergency services including an air ambulance were called to an incident in Key Street at 2.40pm.

The incident was later confirmed by police as being a non-suspicious sudden death of a woman.

Officers are liaising with the woman’s family members at the scene, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman added.

The coroner has been informed of the incident.

An East of England Ambulance Service Trust spokesman said: “We were called at 2.40pm to reports of a person being in a life-threatening condition in Key Street.

“We sent an air ambulance, land ambulance and a rapid response vehicle.

“No-one was taken to hospital.”

The air ambulance reportedly landed in the nearby Felaw Street area.

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