Accidental death verdicts in Somerset crash which killed four
An inquest into a crash on the A39 at Cannington in Somerset, which killed four people, has recorded verdicts of accidental death.
It happened last June when two cars collided head-on. A man and a woman died at the scene, and another man and woman died later in hospital. The inquest in Taunton heard that driver error was to blame.
A verdict is expected later at the inquest into the death of Kate Prout. She disappeared from her home in Redmarley near Gloucester in 2007. Her husband Adrian was jailed for life for her murder and eventually confessed, showing police where he'd hidden her body. Naomi Lloyd has this report:
Verdict expected in inquest into death of Kate Prout
A verdict is expected in the inquest into the death of Kate Prout.
Her body was found buried in woodland on a farm in Gloucestershire where she'd lived with her husband Adrian Prout. He was jailed for life for her murder and eventually confessed, showing police where he'd hidden her body.
Esyllt Carr reports on the latest from the inquest into the death of Cheltenham spy Gareth Williams. Today the inquest heard Mr. Williams was either dead or unconscious when he was placed in the sports holdall in which he was found dead, an inquest heard today.
Failure by hospital staff may have contributed to teenager's death
by Rebecca Broxton
A coroner has ruled that a failure by hospital staff to treat a 16 year old girl properly, may have contributed to her death.
Rebecca Broxton was at Flax Bourton Coroner's Court, and reports on the inquest into the death of a 16 year old girl. Diana Moore died at Frenchay Hopital in Bristol six years ago. It's taken until now for her mother to find out exactly what happened.