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Police: Woman Found Dead After Fire Killed Herself

Investigators say a Walton woman whose remains were found in the debris of a Delaware County house destroyed by fire shot herself in the head.

State police say one set of human remains found after the blaze were identified as 48-year-old Debra Sundstrom of South River Road

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Two Dead After Suspicious Delaware County Fire

State police are investigating the deaths of two people following a house fire in the town of Walton.

Authorities say the blaze happened Tuesday at 294 John Lockwood Road.

State police say Walton village police chief Brian Laauser and Delaware County Sheriff's Office senior investigator Karl Vagts had gone to the residence in connection with a criminal investigation

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

NYSEG Moving Forward with Power Restoration

Thousands of New York State Electric and Gas customers remained without electric service as a result of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.

Utility crews were making progress in restoring power but their job may not be completed for a few more days

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Allison Shelley/Getty Images

Thousands of NYSEG Customers Without Power

More than 12,000 New York State Electric and Gas customers were without electric service early this afternoon.

The utility reported 12,635 customers were affected by outages. Most were in Westchester County, where almost 4,000 had no electric service

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