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Woman, 34, who died after suffering cardiac arrest when police were called to late-night fight

Pictured: Woman, 34, who died after suffering cardiac arrest when police were called to late-night fight in house garden

  • Becky Moody, from South Yorkshire, found unconscious and in cardiac arrest 
  • She was treated by medical staff who attended the scene near Rotherham
  • Further tests will now be carried out to determine the exact cause of death 

Becky Moody, 34, from South Yorkshire, was found unconscious and in cardiac arrest after collapsing at a property near Rotherham

This is the first picture of a 34-year-old woman who died after police were called to a late-night fight in the garden of a property.

Becky Moody, from South Yorkshire, was found unconscious and in cardiac arrest after collapsing just before 9pm on Wednesday.

She was treated by medical staff who attended the scene in Thurcroft near Rotherham, but was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.

Further tests will be carried out to determine the exact cause of death after a post-mortem proved inconclusive.

A 39-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the death and later released on bail.

Ms Moody was yesterday formally identified by her family, who have chosen to release this picture of her.

In a statement, South Yorkshire Police said: ‘She was treated by medical staff who attended but was pronounced dead shortly after.

‘She has today been formally identified by her family, who have chosen to release this picture of her.

Police pictured outside the Cedric Crescent property in Thurcroft near Rotherham this morning

Police pictured outside the Cedric Crescent property in Thurcroft near Rotherham this morning

Police officer stands outside the property in Rotherham following the 34-year-old's death

Police officer stands outside the property in Rotherham following the 34-year-old’s death

‘They have asked that their privacy continue to be respected at this difficult time.’

Anyone who saw what happened, or has any information, is asked to call 101 quoting incident number 943 of 13 February 2019, or alternatively Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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