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Emily Owen, a teenager “terrified” of losing her freedom during the coronavirus blockade tragically hanged herself, according to an investigation.
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Emily Owen, 19, yearned for a bright future when the pandemic started to manifest – leaving her struggling with “worry and anguish”.
The teenager feared that the coronavirus block would prevent her from working and leaving.
Norfolk Coroner’s Court in Norwich heard how his family decided to isolate themselves in the days before his death, after one of his sisters had a cough.
Tragically, the young woman was found by her mother and sister at her family’s home in Shouldham, Norfolk, on March 18.
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Emily failed to regain consciousness and died four days later, on March 22, when her life support system was disabled at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Her grieving father, Timothy Owen, said her daughter had previously suffered from mental health problems and was diagnosed with autism in 2018.
But he said the family was preparing to move to Cornwall, Emily is looking forward to the new start.
He said to the survey: “She was very excited and looking for a new start. Life was very good and the future looked better for everyone.
“The drop that broke the camel’s back is the restrictions – the simple fact that he can’t handle the restrictions, which is happening to a lot of people in the UK now.”
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He said that Emily wanted to go for a drive on the morning of her death, but was told that she couldn’t because her sister was coughing and the family was being isolated.
The father said, “She was afraid of losing her freedom and independence, of not being able to go to work and the gym or drive and leave.”
Norfolk Police Chief Jacqueline Lake recorded a suicide discovery and offered her condolences to Miss Owen’s family on Friday.
She said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has hit and caused Emily a lot of worry and distress. She feared that she would not be able to leave, having experienced freedom and independence.