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Inmate's death probed in NH

Corrections officers found Mark Amsden unconscious

The Lowell Sun

MANCHESTER, N.H. — An autopsy is scheduled for Monday for 43-year-old Nashua, N.H. inmate at the Hillsborough County Correctional Facility who was dead in his jail cell Sunday night.

Corrections officers found Mark Amsden unconscious at 1:17 p.m. and began emergency medical treatment, according to a press release. Despite efforts by the American Medical Response and Manchester Fire Department, Amsden was pronounced dead at 1:51 p.m.

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