Woman, 73, Found Dead After North Dallas Condo Fire - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Woman, 73, Found Dead After North Dallas Condo Fire

Woman's cause of death, cause of fire to be determined

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    After tapping out a small fire in a Dallas condo Friday night, firefighters found the body of a 73-year-old woman in a guest bedroom.

    According to Dallas Fire-Rescue, firefighters were called to a condominium complex on the 5200 block of Keller Springs Road in North Dallas to put out a small fire.

    When firefighters arrived, they found the fire burning between the kitchen and a guest bedroom.

    After putting the fire out, firefighters found the woman dead inside the guest bedroom.

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    Officials identified the woman who died as Lynn Tessa Blank, no word on how she dies or the cause of the fire.

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