Inquest into death of man who died on Scottish mountain to be held

PUBLISHED: 14:58 18 June 2018

The summit of Sgurr Thuilm. Photo: Wikimedia/Nigel Brown

The summit of Sgurr Thuilm. Photo: Wikimedia/Nigel Brown

Wikimedia/Nigel Brown

An inquest into the death of a Martham man who died on a Scottish mountain will take place this week.

Christopher Fryer, 38, died while walking on the Sgurr Thuilm mountain in the Highlands on February 24.

He is believed to have slipped while out hill walking and fallen to his death.

An inquest into his death will take place at Norwich Coroner’s Court on Thursday.

Mr Fryer, who was a father, worked at Aker Solutions, an offshore company based in Great Yarmouth.

He was described as “a nice chap” by people in the Martham area and his death as “a big loss”.

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