Woman killed in Rose Lane bus crash died of ‘severe multiple injuries’, inquest hears
PUBLISHED: 18:16 15 August 2019 | UPDATED: 18:16 15 August 2019
A 79-year-old woman killed after being hit by a bus in Norwich city centre died of “severe multiple injuries”, an inquest heard.
Janet Bagley died on Thursday, August 8, shortly after being involved in a collision with a bus on Rose Lane, in Norwich.
At an inquest opening on Thursday, August 15, senior coroner Jacqueline Lake heard her body was identified to PC Shepherd by her son-in-law Michael Nicholls, who was on at the scene on Rose Lane following the collision.
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Ms Lake told the inquest Jane Nicholls confirmed her mother was born on March 29 1940, in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.
She lived at Blind Lane, Coleby, in Lincolnshire, and was a retired clerical worker.
The inquest heard histopathologist Dr Sophia Neda said her cause of death was severe multiple injuries due to a road traffic collision.
The inquest was adjourned to take place on Wednesday, January 8, at Norfolk Coroners' Court.
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