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Wednesday, 04 March 2015

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Barrow man overdosed on drugs

THE inquest into the death of a Barrow man heard he died of an overdose.

The inquest into the death Paul Anthony Woolveridge was held in Barrow Town Hall this afternoon. 

Coroner Ian Smith recorded the verdict that the 40-year-old died from the abuse of drugs.  

He was found dead at his home in Greenhill Close on July 11 last year. 

The hearing heard he had taken amounts of methadone and heroin which would have been enough to kill him.

There was also an amount of diazepam in his body. 


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