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An Enfield man who collapsed and died outside a Tesco was concluded as accidental at an inquest in Barnet
A 63-year-old man’s death a week after he fell and hit his head was found to be accidental by an inquest.
Pravinchandra Patel, of Park Road, Enfield, collapsed and hit his head outside Tesco Express in Bullsmore Lane, Enfield on Thursday, January 17, while under the influence of alcohol.
Mr Patel was taken to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London two days later after his family noticed a difference in him and realised that his condition was not alcohol-related.
The Tanzanian-born retired bus driver’s health deteriorated and he then suffered a brain haemorrhage and died on January 27 at 10.05pm.
The conclusion reached by Coroner Andrew Walker at Barnet Coroners Court in Wood Lane, yesterday was that neither his family nor the hospital was to blame for death of Mr Patel.
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