Coroner promises family of Barnsley teenager the ‘answers they deserve’ following her death aged just 14

A coroner has pledged to ‘get the right evidence’ to find answers following the death of a Barnsley teenager.

Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 5:36 pm
Updated Wednesday, 19th June 2019, 2:52 pm

Emily May Greene, aged 14, died on November 16 last year.

Her father, Ricki Greene, told assistant deputy coroner David Urpeth the family had concerns he felt needed to be addressed. Speaking during a pre-inquest review hearing, he said Emily had been bullied at school and also faced difficulties outside the classroom.

Mr Urpeth said more information was needed before a full inquest could be held.

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He said: "I am trying to make sure to get the right pieces of evidence so you as the family get the right answer you deserve."

Another pre-inquest review hearing will take place on September 10.