COLEMAN, Wis. (AP) - Update: Authorities in Oconto County say 69-year-old Pauline Kovneski died in the house fire.
Officials in Oconto County say there's no apparent connection between a two house fires on Rost Lake on Saturday, including one in which a woman died.
Brazeau Fire Chief John Fetterly tells the Green Bay Press-Gazette that investigators haven't determined the cause of either one, but they don't appear suspicious.
The first fire was about 5 a.m. Saturday and destroyed a house and a mobile home. Firefighters were called back to the lake about 10 p.m. when another mobile home caught fire.
Fetterly says a husband and wife were at home. The husband tried to get the fire under control with a fire extinguisher, but failed. His wife could not escape the fire and was found dead in a bedroom.
The woman's name has not yet been released.
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