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Sudbury: Inquest opened into death of Matthew Campbell

16:13 25 February 2013

Police had previously arrested Hobbs on suspicion of aiding and abetting an attempted suicide

Police had previously arrested Hobbs on suspicion of aiding and abetting an attempted suicide

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AN inquest into the death of a former Sudbury Upper School student was opened and adjourned in Staffordshire on Thursday.

Twenty-one-year-old Matthew Campbell died on February 11 after being hit by a train near City Road in Fenton, Staffordshire. Police are not treating his death as suspicious.

Mr Campbell’s funeral is due to take place at West Suffolk Crematorium on February 28 at 4.30pm. Hunnaball of Sudbury are collecting donations for Papyrus Prevention of Young Suicide and Diabetes UK.

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