A young woman tragically lost her life after falling from North Bridge in Halifax.
Chloe Alice English, 24, from Brighouse, died on Friday May 14 this year at 12.30 after falling or jumping from the bridge on Burdock Way, an inquest heard today.
The inquest heard that Halifax-born Miss English was a single woman who worked as a call handler.
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Coroner’s officer Christopher Dalby said: “On 14th May Miss English was seen by a passerby to fall/jump from the North Bridge in Halifax.
“The emergency services arrived shortly afterwards and attempted CPR to no avail.
“She was unidentified at this point due to having no possessions on her. Miss English had been reported as missing by her mother Carol that same day.”
She was identified at the scene by her mother, Carol Townsend, Mr Dalby told the inquest.
The hearing was told that the provisional cause of death was reported to be a head injury.
Assistant coroner Raja Mahmood adjourned the inquest and said he expected it would be heard in full within the next three months.
Mr Mahmood requested reports from the local mental health trust, attending police officers, and a statement from the family of Miss English.
The assistant coroner asked Mr Dalby to pass on his condolences to the family of Miss English.