Apr 07, 2015

'Mummified’ body removed from San Francisco home - SFGate

San Francisco fire officials removed a body Saturday evening from a home on Fourth Avenue in the Richmond District, three days after authorities were alerted to debris stacked so densely inside the property that entry to the front door was almost entirely blocked. Firefighters wearing oxygen masks went in through a front window, wrapped the body in a white sheet, and placed it onto a gurney...

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