Tom Maynard: Cricketer had taken cocaine, ecstasy and was 4 times the drink-drive limit when he was killed

Cricket star Tom Maynard had taken cocaine and ecstasy and was 4x drink-drive limit when he was killed by train while fleeing policeInquest hears it is not known if he was killed by impact or electrocutionThe cricket star took drugs before trying to drive, jury toldFled after officers pulled him over in Wimbledon last year Surrey batsman was found dead on tracks at nearby Wimbledon Park Was trying to see his girlfriend when police spotted him Inquest heard he suffered burns consistent with injuries from live tracksTrain driver: 'He didn't look like he had fallen, but laid down'Girlfriend and England cricket players arrived at inquest this morning , had played a T20 game for Surrey against Kent the day before his death and went out drinking afterwards. Teammates: Surrey's Gareth Batty (left) arrives at the inquest this morning into the death of Surrey cricketer Tom Maynard (right), who died after he was hit by a London Underground train last June Memorial: Tributes left to the cricketer behind the pavilion at The Oval, following his death in June last year 'He left the pub with his two flatmates, who were also his teammates, and went home where they continued drinking', said Mr Goddard.

Edward Hanratty admits neglecting his four-month-old son Kian McMillan who died after television weighing five stone dropped on his head in Burnley

Father admits neglecting his four-month-old son who died after television weighing five stone dropped on his headKian McMillan died from 'catastrophic injuries' at home in Burnley last year Father Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the floor after taking drink and drugsMother Natalie McMillan, 25, also admits child neglect but denies manslaughter | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 19 December 2012 A father has admitted neglecting his four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' after a television fell on his head. Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the kitchen floor after taking a cocktail of drugs and drink when the child's mother's allegedly knocked over the TV set as she attempted to move it to plug in a scart lead and watch a DVD.