Fuller family quarry deaths inquest date set

Sam Fuller and Charlotte Fuller Sam and Charlotte Fuller's bodies were found along with those of their sister Rebecca and father Ceri

An inquest into the deaths of a father and his three children, found dead in a disused quarry last summer, will be held over three days in April.

The bodies of Ceri Fuller, 35, Samuel, 12, Rebecca Rose, eight, and Charlotte Mae, seven, from Gloucestershire, were found at Poles Coppice near Shrewsbury.

A post mortem examination revealed Mr Fuller died "from multiple injuries consistent with falling from a height".

His son and daughters all died from stab injuries.

Shropshire's deputy coroner, Andrew Barkley, will hear the inquest at Shropshire Council's Edinburgh House on 24, 25 and 26 April.

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