Inquest hears woman's death in fire may have been an unexpected cry for help

An inquest has heard how a Suffolk woman's death in a fire she had started herself may have been an unexpected cry for help.

Anne Guinle who was 51, set fire to a pile of clothes in the bedroom of her home in Kentford near Newmarket in February last year.

The Inquest at Bury St Edmunds also heard that Mrs Guinle had been suffering from an anxiety disorder. The Coroner recorded a narrative verdict saying her actions on that day could not have been foreseen.