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'Right now it's surreal': Horrific crime sends shockwaves through Watson Lake - North - CBC News


'Right now it's surreal': Horrific crime sends shockwaves through Watson Lake - North - CBC News: The Liard First Nation and community of Watson Lake is also organizing a vigil tonight at Wye Lake cabin to remember a young woman who also died suddenly in the community last week.

Yukon's chief coroner is investigating the death of 27-year-old Tiffany Rose Ann Jimmy, who was found dead last Monday.

The coroner has said her death is not considered suspicious.

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