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Inquest opens into death of woman found unresponsive in city house

PUBLISHED: 18:09 28 April 2020 | UPDATED: 06:56 29 April 2020

Carmen Dye, who was found unresponsive in a house in Norwich, pictured in 2004. Picture: Submitted

Carmen Dye, who was found unresponsive in a house in Norwich, pictured in 2004. Picture: Submitted

The inquest has opened into the death of a woman who was found unresponsive in a house on the outskirts of Norwich.

Carmen Dye, 50, died on Saturday, January 4, in a property on Darrell Place, just outside of Norwich.

Mrs Dye, who lived on Bethel Street in the city, was found unresponsive in the house by a friend, an inquest opening into her death has heard.

Yvonne Blake, area coroner for Norfolk, said her medical cause of death had been given as methadone toxicity.

A full inquest has been scheduled to take place at 11.30am on Friday, July 3.


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