Inquest into death of young Ipswich woman is suspended
- Credit: CHARLOTTE BOND
The inquest into the death of an Ipswich woman who was killed in a road accident has been suspended pending police investigations.
Katerina, who was born in Bulgaria, was one of three people in a silver Volkswagen Golf which collided with a Peugeot Boxer van near the junction on Church Lane at about 5am.
She was a rear seat passenger in the Volkswagen and died at the scene. A friend formally identified her the following day.
At a hearing in Ipswich today, September 10, Coroner Nigel Parsley suspended the inquest into her death until February 11, 2022, pending further police investigations.
Following her death, a crowdfunding campaign was launched to help repatriate her to her birth country of Bulgaria and pay for funeral costs.
The page described her as a "beautiful, young" woman whose life ended unexpectedly in the "horrific" accident.
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