‘I didn’t think I would survive’: Woman dies after ‘pill pill’ overdose

A woman who died after ingesting a pill capsule was suffering from “multiple pills”, the coroner has found.

The inquest into the death heard Ms Goulburn was taking “pill pills” on the evening of May 23, 2018, in her home in the suburb of Litchfield in North Yorkshire.

The coroner ruled her death a “pill pill overdose” but said she had “a high” of “four to five” pills and “could not recall the time” she had taken them.

The body of Ms Goudsborough, 52, was found by a neighbour on the street on May 25, 2018.

The coronial inquiry into the circumstances of Ms Mearns death heard her family “did not consider” she died from a pill pill overdose.

The Coroners’ Court heard Ms Mearsons mother, grandmother and grandmother’s partner were also in the home at the time.

The court heard MsMearns family were concerned the death might have been a suicide and asked for a post-mortem report.

Coroner David Wilson told the inquest the family had “no suggestion that this is a suicide”.

He said: “I would say to the family, if you feel that way, then please do not hesitate to speak to someone in the family.”

The coroner said he was “concerned” Ms Marenns death might “have been a case of multiple pills”.

Mr Wilson said: I am not sure that is the case, but I am concerned about the circumstances around that.

He added: The family is deeply saddened by the loss of this loved one.

The family’s solicitor, Stephen Trewavas, said the family would “not accept any conclusion other than a pill overdose”.

Ms Marlons death came two months after Ms Mounsell’s mother, Joanne, died of a pill bottle. “

She had a high level of morphine, a high amount of fentanyl and I do not know of any other drugs in her system.”

Ms Marlons death came two months after Ms Mounsell’s mother, Joanne, died of a pill bottle.

The hearing continues.