The family of Alan Levers have released a statement after a coroner gave a narrative ruling at his inquest.
The outcome of this inquest will not change the fact that we as a family have lost Alan. I am sorry for what the witnesses were put through at Ladbrokes. What happened should never have happened in the first place and Alan paid the ultimate price. I would like you to know that Alan was a loved partner, son, father, brother and uncle.
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