Inquests open into the death of two retired men
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An inquest has opened into the death of a retired wholesaler who was found unresponsive in bed.
Michael Wilson, 77, of Aylsham Road, Norwich died on Saturday, February 24.
Senior coroner for Norfolk, Jacqueline Lake adjourned a full inquest to take place on September 14.
An inquest also opened into the death of Gerald Woodhouse, 88, a retired removals manager who lived on Fakes Road in Hemsby.
Mr Woodhouse died Friday, May 5 after he was admitted to James Paget University Hospital following a fall at home
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His provisional cause of death was given as a haemorrhage due to the fall.
A full inquest is due to take place on August 23
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