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Denham: Inquest into death of 23-year-old man, Daniel Gliksten, who went missing in Hungary to take place

16:30 22 August 2014

Suffolk coroner Peter Dean

Suffolk coroner Peter Dean

The inquest of a 23-year-old man who went missing in Hungary will take place next week.

Daniel Gliksten, of Denham Estate, Denham, was found dead on March 20 last year after his body was retrieved by the local police from an area close to the River Danube in Hungary.

A local post mortem gave the cause of death as drowning.

Mr Gliksten, who had been studying medicine in the country, disappeared after leaving a New Year party.

The inquest will take place in Bury St Edmunds’ Active Business Centre from 10am on Tuesday.

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