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A LIVERPOOL dentist died due to pure alcohol being found in her system, an inquest has heard.

Margaret Cunniffe, who lived with veterinary surgeon husband Patrick at Knowsley Road in Cressington Park, died on September 7. She was 56.

The inquest was told that anautopsy found pure alcohol - ethylene glycol - was in her body at the time of her death. Ethylene glycol is one of the main components of antifreeze.

Liverpool coroner Andre Rebello concluded the dental surgeon died as a result of the ethylene glycol and returned an open verdict.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 2, 2007
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