Dead Suffolk climber named

A WOMAN who died after suffering serious head injuries while out climbing with friends in the Peak District has been named as Jacqueline Donnelly.

Craig Robinson

A WOMAN who died after suffering serious head injuries while out climbing with friends in the Peak District has been named as Jacqueline Donnelly.

The experienced cllimber, from Sutton near Woodbridge, is thought to have been with three workmates when she fell at about 1.30pm on Saturday.

An inquest into her tragic death was opened and adjourned at Chesterfield Coroner's Office today pending further inquiries.


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The 32-year-old landed on her head after falling about five metres (15ft) while leading the climb near Robin Hood's Cave on Stanage Edge in Derbyshire.

Emergency services were called to the accident but despite their efforts she was pronounced dead at the scene.

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