Coroner delivers cocaine warning in Levi Raymond inquest

Coroner delivers cocaine warning in Levi Raymond inquest
 

The death of man who had taken cocaine should serve as a warning to others in the community, a coroner has said.
Levi Raymond, 39, died on April 5, 2016, after being taken to the emergency department at the Queen's Medical Centre.
Assistant coroner Stephanie Haskey said Mr Raymond's death served as a cautionary tale for other people who may be exposed to cocaine.
She said: "I should say, to all of those young men and women in the city, to take note and be warned because cocaine can cause sudden, unexpected death. It can rob young men and women of their futures and can, so sadly in... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 35
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