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Inquest to be opened into tragic death of mum-to-be Cassie Turton, from King’s Lynn

16:21 21 February 2014

Sandra Hammond-Grant, left, with her daughter Cassie Turton.

Sandra Hammond-Grant, left, with her daughter Cassie Turton.

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An inquest into the death of Cassandra Turton, who was known as Cassie, will be opened in Norwich on Monday, February 24 .

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Miss Turton, 26, of Park Avenue, King’s Lynn, died in Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, on February 14.

As reported, tributes have been paid to Miss Turton, who was pregnant.

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Her mother Sandra Hammond-Grant, of South Wootton, said her daughter had a “wicked sense of humour”.

She said: “We were best friends as well as mother and daughter. She used to take me shopping and we even had our belly buttons pierced together.”

Miss Turton, who was a restaurant supervisor at the Bank House in Lynn, was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn before being transferred to Papworth.

The funeral service will be at 12.15pm on March 4 at Mintlyn Crematorium.

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