Bristol

Blackberry Hill Hospital toilet roll choke death accidental

Janet Hammond
Image caption The inquest heard Ms Hammond had a history of self harming

A woman who choked to death on toilet roll at a Bristol psychiatric hospital did not intend to kill herself, a jury has concluded at an inquest.

Janet Hammond, 49, from Weston-super-Mare, swallowed the paper at Blackberry Hill Hospital, where she was a patient, in December 2007.

Ms Hammond had a history of self harming and had attempted suicide on several occasions.

The jury, sitting at Flax Bourton, returned a verdict of accidental death.

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