Inquest on death of Matthew Percy is adjourned until September by coroner

PUBLISHED: 17:14 11 June 2015

Matthew Percy, left, and Lewis Smith

Matthew Percy, left, and Lewis Smith


The inquest for a young Labour activist was opened at Landmark House this afternoon.

Matthew Percy, who was 21 years-old, died from multiple injuries sustained after being hit by a train at East Suffolk Junction on April 21.

Suffolk coroner Peter Dean said at the inquest Mr Percy, of Edmonton Close in Kesgrave, was identified by his finger prints.

He then adjourned the hearing until September this year and recorded his condolences to Mr Percy’s family.

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