Woman from King’s Lynn died of suspected drug overdose
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
A woman from King's Lynn died after a suspected drug overdose, Norfolk Coroner's Court heard at an inquest opening today.
Alexandria Robertson, 18, of Fred Ackland Drive died on August 26 this year.
She had been taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital where she was treated but later died.
The medical cause of death was recorded as 1A MDMA toxicity.
A full inquest will be held in King's Lynn at 11am on April 21, 2017.
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