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Mum died after tripping and landing on wine bottles in her shopping bag

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Emergency services at the scene in August last year
A mother died after she tripped and fell on wine bottles in her shopping bag which broke under her neck, an inquest found.
Much-loved Susan Woods had been out for the evening with friends and her husband and had bought some drinks at an off licence on the way home.
She was carrying them home while her husband went to get money from a cash machine for a takeaway meal, due to be delivered to their home on Saturday, August 15 last year, the hearing at Bootle Town Hall was told yesterday.
During the walk home along Moorland Road, Maghull...
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