Parents of medical student who died after taking weight loss pills reveal daughter was the 'happiest she had ever been'Leeds University student Sarah Houston, 23, found dead in her bedroom The bulimia sufferer had secretly been taking banned weight loss aidDNP is used as a pesticide and traces of it were discovered in her blood ” class=”blkBorder” /> Games: The medical student plays in the street with local children in Guatamala during a visit in July 2012 Shame: Sarah was a beautiful, bright young woman, but always 'suffered from her image, her mother said On Monday, coroner David Hinchliff told an inquest it was ‘entirely’ responsible for her death last September when she collapsed in her room at the University of Leeds.
Musician, 49, drowned after he became trapped in a drain as he tried to retrieve his car keys on New Years Day Andy Banks, 49, became trapped in a drain while attempting to fetch his keys Fire fighters spent 40 minutes trying to rescue Mr Banks before he was pronounced deadMr Banks had spent the hours drinking with friends in a nearby bar By Conor Sheils PUBLISHED: 15:30 GMT, 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 11 April 2013 An inquest recorded a verdict of accidental death after Andy Banks died when he became trapped in a drain on New Years Day A musician drowned after he became trapped in a drain while trying to retrieve his car keys, an inquest has heard.
Wife killed in 999 crash on day of her husband’s champagne retirement Wendy Williams was killed as she pulled out in front of an ambulance in 2009Husband Terry Williams told an inquest of hearing the devastating news Kevin Webster was found not guilty of causing death by careless driving By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 12:25 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:01 GMT, 5 March 2013 Tragic news on retiring: Terry Williams was devastated to discover that on the day he retired, his wife Wendy was killed in a crash with an ambulance It was meant to be the first day of the rest of their lives. Terry Williams had arrived home, laden with champagne and gifts, to celebrate his retirement with his wife after a 40-year career. But their dreams of sharing a new stage of life together were not to be
Bungling armed police involved in triple murder inquest couldn't be named – to protect their human rightsPolice lawyers said their clients feared 'media pointing the finger'Ban overturned following an appeal by the Daily MailOne of the officers involved in case had been selling confiscated firearms By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 00:17 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:49 GMT, 5 March 2013 A coroner banned the naming of bungling firearms officers in a triple murder inquest to protect their human rights. In the latest secret justice farce, officers who wrongly allowed Michael Atherton to own guns were given anonymity to respect their ‘right to privacy’. Police lawyers said their clients were worried about ‘the way in which they were talked about’ and feared ‘media pointing the finger’
Acne pill banned in parts of Europe linked to deaths of seven British women over three years Charlotte Porter, 17, died in March 2010 of a deep-vein thrombosis after taking Dianette for acneDianette is known to increase the risk of blood clots and vein blockages /11/23/article-2237250-162CB5D7000005DC-558_634x381.jpg” width=”634″ height=”381″ alt=”Dianette: Women taking a contraceptive pill are more likely to develop blood clots” class=”blkBorder” /> Dianette: Women taking a contraceptive pill are more likely to develop blood clots But an inquest was told that Charlotte, from Allington, near Maidstone, Kent, may have already had an undiagnosed blood clot before it was prescribed. Charity shop worker Helen Schofield, 33, died of a blood clot three weeks after starting to take Dianette in 2008. The coroner said there was a ‘pronounced link’ between the drug and her death
Former head boy, 17, at Catholic school 'killed himself' after being summoned to court for possessing cannabis worth just 50p Edward Thornber, found hanged in a park in September last yearHe had been caught smoking cannabis with a friend earlier that summer It was the second time he had been caught with the drugCriminal record meant he could not go to America to coach Lacrosse Family solicitor said he should only have been handed a warning Devon and Cornwall Police accused of making a series of mistakes By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:48 GMT, 23 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 23 February 2013 Tragic: Former catholic school head boy Edward Thornber was found hanged on September 15, 2011, after being caught smoking cannabis in Cornwall The former head boy of a Catholic High School killed himself after he was summoned to court for possessing cannabis worth 50p, an inquest heard. Teenage lacrosse star killed boy Edward Thornber was found hanged on September 15, 2011, after being caught smoking the drug in Cornwall
Pensioner, 69, died in hospital toilet after gall bladder operation 'because NHS targets led to confusion over who was treating him' David Pattrick, 69, found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in cubicleWent to Colchester General Hospital in Essex for operation in Dec. 2010Professor Roger Motson blames NHS pool list for 'breeding uncertainty' By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 21 February 2013 Inquest: David Pattrick (pictured with his wife Susan, 64, in Canada in June 2004) was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle A patient died because of the confusion caused by NHS targets, an inquest heard. David Pattrick, 69, was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle in Colchester General Hospital in Essex in December 2010, two days after a gall bladder operation
Boarding school teenager left note saying 'I'm sorry' then hanged herself over move out of LondonMillicent Waddell, 16, had left London to live in Somerset with her motherBoarding school pupil was 'angry with her situation', inquest heard'No prior indication' teen would harm herself, coroner said PUBLISHED: 21:11 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:36 GMT, 7 February 2013 'I'm sorry': Millicent Waddell had wanted to stay in London, an inquest heard A boarding school pupil hanged herself in her bathroom at home after leaving a note that simply said: 'I'm sorry', an inquest heard today Tragic Millicent Waddell, 16, locked herself in the bathroom of her mother's 400,000 home before taking her own life. Her horrified mum, Louisa-Kate Foster, discovered her body after breaking into the room when her daughter failed to respond to her knocking on the door
Railway fanatic 'crushed to death after steam train slipped into wrong gear and trapped him between carriages' Robert Lund, 65, crushed while working on North Yorkshire Moors Railway Retired police officer standing behind train that took off in wrong directionPathologist said that he died of 'extreme' injuries to chest and abdomen By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 19:20 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:05 GMT, 31 January 2013 A steam train enthusiast was crushed to death when a train took off in the wrong direction while he was standing behind it, trapping him between two carriages. Retired police officer Robert Lund, 65, died almost instantly from 'extreme' chest and abdominal injuries, an inquest heard today. He had been helping a fellow volunteer uncouple carriages at Grosmont station, when he signalled for the driver to take off.