Police have found the body of a woman in Manchester after receiving news of a fire in a wooden field.
Authorities were called to the scene around 1.15pm on Saturday when they received a report of a fire near Williams Road in Moston, northeast of Manchester City Center.
The Greater Manchester Fire Service said one of them was called in to report the blaze.
Police have confirmed that a woman’s body was found after attending emergency services.
His death is not being considered suspicious.
Further details about the woman’s age, cause of death, or fire situation could not be confirmed.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: “Police were called by the fire service this evening (.15pm) after receiving reports of a fire in a wooded area near Williams Road in Moston.
“Sadly, the body of a woman was found after attending the emergency services.
“There is a scene and an investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire.”
A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Fire Service said: “Someone called us at 6.01pm for a fire in the Woodlands area on Williams Road in Moston.
“Preliminary inquiries suggest a fire in the Woodland area involved in a female accident.
“The fire investigation, the North West Ambulance Service and the Greater Manchester Police are all present.”
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