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Bethany Fitton, from Hebden Bridge, was found by her year-old brother, Ben, in June last year, after the two siblings had an argument because she didn't wake him up for work, The Mirror reports. Her brother tried desperately to revive her before emergency services arrived. She died later in hospital. After her last class of the day, Bethany met with her boyfriend and went for a walk in a local park, before catching the bus home.
Her mother, Estelle Fitton, had tea waiting for her at home after 6pm and the teenager took the meal upstairs to her room and listened to music. Estelle told the inquiry that her husband had been at work and her son, Ben, had gone to the movies with his girlfriend.
When Ben returned home at around 7.
Ben tried to save his sister's life, giving her CPR, before emergency services arrived and rushed the year-old to Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax. She was transferred to Leeds General Infirmary, the largest hospital in the area, but doctors could not save her. A post-mortem investigation showed that Bethany had suffered a heart attack after the hanging caused hypoxia — a deficiency of oxygen — to the brain.
Estelle said in a statement read out to the court that she and Bethany had walked their family dogs the evening prior and said her daughter had seemed happy and was doing cartwheels during their walk. Estelle also said her daughter had been a social media maven, using Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram and Kik.
She had even moved her mattress into the home's spare room so she could be closer to the Wi-fi router. Still, Assistant Coroner Peter Merchant said that while Bethany had hanged herself, she had left no suicide note. He said he did not feel convinced the teenager had intended to take her own life. The coroner recorded an open verdict, which is reached when a jury confirms a death is suspicious, but is unable to reach any other verdicts open to them. If you need help or someone to talk to, call the Samaritans free on Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later?
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