Afghan role player at Norfolk army camp died from natural causes, inquest told
A self-employed role player who worked through a firm called Babylon Translations at the Wretham army camp, near Thetford, died from natural causes, an inquest in Norwich heard today.
Afghanistan-born Mohamad Sadeeq, 44, from Herbert Road, Woolwich, London, who slept in a Nissan hut at the barracks, which housed about 10 people, went to bed feeling well on January 25, but was found unresponsive the following morning.
An ambulance was called but Mr Sadeeq could not be revived and was pronounced dead. There were no suspicious circumstances.
Mr Sadeeq had only been working at the camp for about three weeks.
A post-mortem examination was carried out and the cause of death was given as a heart condition.
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Norfolk coroner William Armstrong recorded a verdict of death from natural causes.
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