Tragic Mum Lost Control of Car after Heart Attack ; Inquest Hears Theory Social Worker Was Crushed by Car Was Wrong

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Tragic Mum Lost Control of Car after Heart Attack ; Inquest Hears Theory Social Worker Was Crushed by Car Was Wrong


Abbit, Beth, Manchester Evening News


A POPULAR social worker who was found collapsed outside her Chorlton home died after suffering a heart attack and losing control of her car.

Mum-of-two Lynda Carlotta Gennery, 56, was discovered by her husband and son after collapsing between her car and a wall outside her home on Stratton Road on December 4. Police initially thought Mrs Gennery may have been injured after becoming trapped between the car and wall. However, investigating officers said they were quick to rule out that 'hypothesis.' .

An inquest at Manchester Coroners' Court found that Mrs Gennery died after collapsing and accidentally losing control of her vehicle.

Her husband Michael Gennery, also a social worker, told the inquest that his wife had been working with a foster family in Chorley on the day of her death.

Mr Gennery said he and his son Robbie had come home from the pub at around 8.30pm to find Mrs Gennery collapsed on the driveway.

He said the car was halfway through the gates that led to the side and rear of the house and his wife was lying on the ground. …

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