Inquest review into death of 21-year-old dancer Hannah Williamson to take place next week
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An inquest review hearing into the death of a 21-year-old dancer is due to take place next week.
Hannah Williamson, of Sutton Crescent, Freethorpe, was found dead at Marlborough Terrace in Great Yarmouth on May 19, 2017.
The former Taverham High School student had been due to perform at an event in Evesham later that week.
At the opening of her inquest, her medical cause of death was given as the combined effects of MDMA and amphetamine intoxication.
Speaking at an inquest review in Norwich on Tuesday, area coroner Yvonne Blake said she did not have the details to carry out the review.
Instead, she adjourned it until March 13 at 9.50am.
Back in May, Hannah's best friend Cerise Mae, said: 'Hannah was talented, sweet and her smile was infectious. Hannah is my best friend. She was there every single time I needed her.'
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