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PremierLeague-News.Com - Twenty-eight-year-old Lorna Greenwood sadly died last month at Appleton Quarry, Shepley
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A young woman whose body was found at a Huddersfield quarry has been named as inquest into her death opened today (Wed). Police were called to Appleton Quarry, Holmfirth Road, Shepley, on the morning of Thursday, July 21, and discovered the woman who was later identified as Lorna Greenwood. It's understood the 28-year-old had been sofa surfing and until recently was living with her aunt Michelle Greenwood in Sheffield. After hearing brief evidence about the circumstances of her death assistant coroner Ian Pears adjourned the hearing until a future date. Read more:Fears for front-line services as Kirklees council staff shortages hit crisis point At the time of her death a spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "Police were called to Appleton Quarry, Shepley, at about 7.45am on Thursday after the body of an adult woman was found in the quarry. "Following an investigation, it has been determined there were no suspicious circumstances in the matter and a file will now be prepared for the coroner.
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. Micheala Ashton wrote: "Oh, Lorna, if only you knew how special you were and how many people adored you. I am one of those people. "I'll never forget all the great times we shared and how we helped each other through the tough times. You were a light in times of darkness for me, girl, and I only wish we'd spent more time together. I hope you are at peace now. I'll never forget you, beautiful girl." Read next: Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters Bosses urged to let people stay warm in Huddersfield council buildings this winter 'Terrified' Hebden Bridge residents forced to flee homes as fire ravages La Perla speak of their 'heartbreak' Kirklees Council plans to 'Traveller proof' fields after 15 caravans turned up at Liversedge site Market Fisheries in Heckmondwike hopes to batter competition in National Fish and Chip Awards
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