Tributes have been paid to an elderly patient who allegedly died of a drug overdose at the James Paget hospital in Gorleston last week.
The Eastern Daily Press reported that James May, 76, a retired driving instructor, was divorced and lived alone.
In a written tribute in the newspaper, three people describing Mr May as a "neighbour and very good friend" expressed their sadness. They wrote: "You were one in a million and will be sadly missed. Sleep peacefully."
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