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Woman Dies After Plant City Fire

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The woman apparently died of smoke inhalation, according to the Plant City Fire Department.

PLANT CITY – A woman died early today (May 30), apparently of smoke inhalation, Plant City Fire Department officials said.

Virginia M. Carpenter, 1814 Bond St., died at South Florida Baptist Hospital, fire officials said.

Firefighters were called to the Bond Street residence about 12:25 a.m. When they got there, they learned the residence was possibly occupied. They entered the home and found Ms. Carpenter, who was unresponsive. Fire officials said she was taken to South Florida Baptist Hospital, where she died from what at this time is believed to be smoke inhalation. The State Fire Marshall was notified and is conducting an investigation.

For information about Plant City Fire Rescue, go to plantcitygov.com.

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Woman Dies After Plant City Fire
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