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{p}In the past two weeks, two tragedies police said, have been linked to domestic violence. Last week, a mother and young child died in a{ }{a href="https://abc6onyourside.com/news/local/cpd-homicide-now-investigating-following-3-deaths-in-southeast-side-fire" target="_blank" title="https://abc6onyourside.com/news/local/cpd-homicide-now-investigating-following-3-deaths-in-southeast-side-fire"}double murder-suicide{/a}{ }on the city's southeast side. This week,{ }{a href="https://abc6onyourside.com/news/local/gahanna-police-woman-killed-in-crash-following-pursuit-driver-arrested" target="_blank" title="https://abc6onyourside.com/news/local/gahanna-police-woman-killed-in-crash-following-pursuit-driver-arrested"}a woman was killed in a crash{/a}{ }after Gahanna police said a suspect led them on a chase that ended when he collided into a tree on Clark State Road. The victim was a passenger in the car.{ }{/p}

In the past two weeks, two tragedies police said, have been linked to domestic violence. Last week, a mother and young child died in a double murder-suicide on the city's southeast side. This week, a woman was killed in a crash after Gahanna police said a suspect led them on a chase that ended when he collided into a tree on Clark State Road. The victim was a passenger in the car.

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