Mom, 45, died in freak accident when she fell on damaged bottles of wine that she had purchased from off licence, inquest finds
- Susan Woods, 45, had been out for the night with pals and her husband
- The couple purchased drinks on the way in which dwelling which Mrs Woods carried along with her
- She fell closely on to the bottles which broke immediately into her neck
A mom died in a freak accident when she fell on to damaged wine bottles that she had introduced from an off licence.
Susan Woods, 45, had been out for the night with pals and her husband on Saturday, August 15 final 12 months, the listening to at Bootle City Corridor in Merseyside was instructed on Tuesday.
The couple had purchased some drinks on the way in which dwelling, which Mrs Woods carried whereas her husband went again to get cash from a money machine to pay for a takeaway meal, resulting from be delivered to their dwelling.
Throughout the stroll dwelling alongside Moorland Highway, Maghull, she fell closely on to the bottles, which broke, coroner’s officer James Martindale mentioned.
Susan Woods, 45, had been out for the night with pals and her husband on Saturday, August 15 final 12 months, the listening to at Bootle City Corridor in Merseyside was instructed on Tuesday. Pictured: Police on the scene after her loss of life
The inquest was instructed Mrs Woods sustained ‘catastrophic, deadly accidents to her neck.’
Paramedics rushed to the scene and carried out CPR earlier than Mrs Woods was taken to Aintree Hospital, the place the native authority employee later died.
The couple selected barely totally different routes to stroll dwelling, so husband Andrew did not see his spouse fall.
A reason behind loss of life, of an incised wound to the neck, was established and a conclusion of unintentional loss of life was recorded.
A earlier listening to was instructed Mrs Woods had a bag containing wine and cider which had been purchased from an off-licence.
She was discovered by residents on Moorland Highway after falling all of a sudden near a driveway, with the ‘wine bottle smashed and damaged immediately beneath her neck.’
Throughout the stroll dwelling alongside Moorland Highway (pictured, police on the scene), Maghull, she fell closely on to the bottles, which broke, coroner’s officer James Martindale mentioned
On that night, the couple had been socialising with pals and returned to Maghull in a taxi at 8.40pm. They had been described as being in ‘good spirits.’
Following the deadly fall, police arrived on the scene and an enormous presence remained on Moorland Highway for a number of hours as detectives tried to work out what had occurred.
The following day, the pressure confirmed they had been treating the incident as a ‘tragic avenue incident’ and it was not suspicious.
After she died, pals and residents who knew Mrs Woods paid tribute, and one man known as the 45-year-old, her associate and her youngsters a ‘pretty household.’
One lady instructed the ECHO: ‘Sue was a pleasant lady.
She added: ‘I keep in mind seeing her strolling down the highway holding palms along with her associate throughout lockdown.
‘It is so, so unhappy.’