Three dead in ‘unexplained’ Failsworth tragedy named including woman aged 28

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Three people who were found dead at a house in Failsworth, Manchester can now be named.

James Acton, 41, Zoe Hamilton, 28, and Andrew Smith, 39, were all found unresponsive at a house on Oldham Road on Monday afternoon.

Police were called by paramedics responding to a report of concern for welfare at around 3.30pm. Firefighters were also at the scene for several hours.

Mr Acton, Mr Smith and Ms Hamilton were all tragically pronounced dead at the scene.

Their deaths are so far being treated as "unexplained" and the results from the post mortems were inconclusive.

Detectives aren't currently looking to speak to anyone in connection with the incident and no arrests have been made.

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Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said today that post-mortem examinations had been carried out but that the pathologist had concluded no cause of death could yet be ascertained.

The force say they hope toxicology reports will reveal the cause of death for the three people.

Samples have been sent for analysis and officers are awaiting the results, which is understood can take several weeks.

GMP added they are "are working with the relevant local agencies to ensure there is no wider risk to the public."

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