House fire kills south Georgia woman

WHIGHAM, Ga. (AP) - Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John Oxendine's office says a south Georgia woman died Wednesday in a kitchen fire in her home.

Oxendine spokesman Glenn Allen says the woman, 68-year-old Jean
L. Harris, died of burns and smoke inhalation as a result of the
fire at her home in Whigham in Grady County.

Allen says the woman had been cooking and attempted to put out a
grease fire on her stove.

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