Inquest into death of former Australia batsman Phillip Hughes ends with coroner to release findings next month



A coroner who conducted a five-day inquest on Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who was fatally struck by a ball during a domestic match in Sydney in 2014, is expected to release his findings on November 4.
New South Wales state coroner Michael Barnes is investigating whether the nature of play contributed to the risk for the former Australia test batsman, the response by stadium and cricket officials and the ambulance service, and whether new guidelines on safety equipment need to be introduced to the sport.
Lawyers for the Hughes family, the state coroner, and Cricket Australia made... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 23
Source: Daily Mail
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