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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Schenectady Police: No signs of trauma with two women found dead in Northside Village apartment

SCHENECTADY – Although foul cannot be ruled out, there were no signs of trauma related to it The bodies of two women were found dead in a new apartment at a public housing facility on Van Wrenken Avenue on Saturday, city police spokesman Officer Patrick Irwin said on Sunday.

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Irwin said the Schenectady Fire Department and the National Grid had eliminated carbon monoxide at the scene.

The women were found at noon in an apartment in Northside Village, formerly Yates Village, a public housing community of 64 new apartments that is in the midst of a multi-phase redevelopment.

One of these women is 40 years old and the other is 50 years old. Irwin said their names could not be released because not all families were notified by Sunday afternoon.

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Irwin said the autopsy had been completed while investigators await the results of the toxicology report.

heySchenectady Police Department and Schenectady Fire Department officials responded to reports of two women who were inside an apartment.

On reaching there, both the women were declared dead on the spot. A call was received from a family member of a woman.

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