A coroner has opened and adjourned an inquest after a 78-year-old woman died shortly after her car was set alight in a suspected arson attack.
Dorothy Dudley-Smith, from Hightown in Wrexham, died in hospital after being taken ill shortly after her car was set on fire on Tuesday.
A post-mortem carried out on Thursday at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital showed the cause of death to be a stroke, said acting coroner John Gittins.
North Wales Police have not confirmed whether the incident is related to a number of other vehicle fires in the area.
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