An inquest into the death of a Wiltshire man whose body was found by a railway line has given a verdict of accidental death.
Tom Edwards, 32, from Calne, Wiltshire, was found dead on 3 July close to the railway line between Chippenham and Bath Spa.
He had failed to return home from a night out in Swindon.
An open verdict has been recorded at the inquest into the death of a successful teenage horse rider.
Tom Osbourne, the deputy Coroner at Gloucester Coroner's Court said he could not be sure that Jack Bowlby had intended to end his own life.
Earlier the inquest heard how the 16-year-old Cheltenham College student died shortly after he restarted taking a controversial acne medication.
Jack was the nephew of former champion racehorse trainer Jenny Pitman.
A man's body has been found by police officers searching for a 32-year-old from Wiltshire who disappeared five days ago.
The body was found close to railway tracks between Chippenham and Bath.
Tom Edwards went missing after a night out in Swindon on Friday.
His family has been informed.
Laura Makin-Isherwood reports from near to where the body was found: