'Popular' Widnes man drowned after falling from Silver Jubilee Bridge, inquest hears



A ‘highly popular’ young Widnes man drowned after falling from the Silver Jubilee Bridge in bad weather, an inquest heard.
Rhys Cafferty, 25, of Blackburne Avenue in Halebank, was last seen alive on Saturday, March 18.
An inquest at Warrington Coroner’s Court heard Mr Cafferty’s body was recovered by police divers from the Manchester Ship Canal off Old Coach Road in Runcorn on March 30.
The hearing included evidence from friend Derek Tasker, who saw Mr Cafferty at The Goldmine pub on Hale Road in Widnes.
Mr Tasker said Mr Cafferty was dancing and ‘having a laugh’ and that he last saw him at... read more

 
28 September 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 37
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