Asphyxiation victim identified as Colney Heath man

PUBLISHED: 12:00 03 June 2016

A man who died from asphyxiation has been identified

A man who died from asphyxiation has been identified


A man who died while being taken by ambulance to Lister Hospital on May 10 has been named.

He was Paul Ellis, 27, of Roestock Lane, Colney Heath.

The Coroners’ Court opened and adjourned an inquest into his death on May 18, and has listed the provisional cause as asphyxiation. A date for the full inquest has yet to be determined.

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