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Woman who died after falling from Great Yarmouth shopping centre named as Natalie Payton

PUBLISHED: 16:06 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:39 24 July 2018

Police at the scene of the fatal fall at Market Gates Shopping Centre
Picture: Anthony Carroll

Police at the scene of the fatal fall at Market Gates Shopping Centre Picture: Anthony Carroll

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A woman who died after falling from a Great Yarmouth shopping centre has been named.

Natalie Emma Payton. 45, died after falling from Market Gates shopping centre on July 16.

Police confirmed at the time that she was not from the town.

An inquest into her death will open in Norwich tomorrow (July 25).

The incident saw officers called to Market Gates just after 11am to reports that a woman had fallen from the shopping centre’s car park on South Market Road.

No third party was involved in the incident, according to police.

The air ambulance was also called.

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