Sheffield man died in paragliding tragedy at Peak District beauty spot

A retired IT manager from Sheffield died in a paragliding incident at a Peak District beauty spot, an inquest was told.

Timothy Alan Ogden, 53, of Rushdale Avenue, Sheffield, died near Mam Tor, Castleton, on August 14, 2020.

Chesterfield coroners’ court heard the provisional cause of death following a post-mortem is chest injuries.

Timothy Alan Ogden died close to Mam Tor in the Peak District. Picture: James Hardisty, Yorkshire Post

Derbyshire assistant coroner Emma Serrano opened the inquest today and adjourned to a future date.

The coroner expressed her deepest condolences to Mr Ogden’s family.

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