Woman dies outside of home, which burns down

IRONDALE — A 52-year-old Irondale woman died of apparent heart failure Tuesday morning and her mobile home caught fire just as medics began treating her.

Investigators were trying to determine whether the two incidents were related, what caused of the fire and the nature of the woman’s death, said Denise Manly, spokesperson for Jefferson County Fire Protection District No. 1.

Ronnie Forest, 52, of 61 W. Kincaid St., was found by paramedics at 3 a.m. Tuesday about two dozen feet from her trailer.

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