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Police talk Carlisle woman out of suicide

Resident poured gas, threatened to light match

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More than 80 sheriff’s deputies, state troopers and firefighters spent three hours at a Carlisle residence Tuesday talking a local woman out of lighting herself and her home on fire. The situation began around 11 a.m. with a 911 call, according to Schoharie County Sheriff Tony Desmond. “A family member or friend asked that we check on this woman,” he said. “They said she was pouring gas around the inside of her home.” State troopers ...

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