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Inquest into car park death

PUBLISHED: 10:01 26 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:15 03 July 2010

AN inquest was opened and adjourned yesterday after a man was found dead in a Diss car park at the weekend. Krystian Goscinski, 45, of Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, was found lying in the undergrowth with a vodka bottle behind the town council offices in Market Hill on Sunday evening.

AN inquest was opened and adjourned yesterday after a man was found dead in a Diss car park at the weekend. Krystian Goscinski, 45, of Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, was found lying in the undergrowth with a vodka bottle behind the town council offices in Market Hill on Sunday evening.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police sealed off the area, but later ruled out any foul play.

William Armstrong, Greater Norfolk coroner, yesterday said the cause of death had not been established, but it was possible Mr Goscinski had fallen from a wall. The inquest was adjourned for a post-mortem examination and toxicology tests.

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