Woman whose death triggered murder investigation in Telford has ‘heart attack’, court tells

A woman whose death sparked a murder investigation suffered cardiac arrest moments before she died, a court has heard.

Molly Taylor to A. was declared dead in shropshire Earlier this year paramedics fought to save his life.

Her death initially sparked a police investigation, but police revealed that no further action was being taken against the five people arrested in connection with the incident.

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West Midlands Ambulance Service was called a Telford After reports the 29-year-old needed medical attention, the Shrewsbury Coroners Court was told on Wednesday (24 November).

The court heard that police began an investigation into the murder of Ms Taylor of Broomfield Road, Telford, who died shortly after 10 a.m. on 23 March.

But West Mercia Police have since confirmed they have denied any suspicious circumstances surrounding the Shrewsbury-born woman’s death.

The three men and two women arrested in connection with Ms Taylor’s death have now been released without further action.

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This came after police were told that Ms Taylor was allegedly assaulted Haybridge Road, Hadley, Near Premiere Stores, March 22 at 10.30 pm.

After the attack, she left the scene with a friend and returned Hill Road, Overdale Where he died the next morning.

A spokeswoman for West Mercia Police previously said: “The five people arrested in connection with the death of Mollie Taylor have been released without further action.

Mollie, who was in her 20s, was found dead in March this year at an address in Hill Road in Overdale, Telford.

“An investigation into his death was launched and police now believe there was no third party cause and will prepare a report for the coroner.”

The probe was adjourned till February 15 next year.

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