Coroner finds man took his own life
A FORMER psychiatric nurse killed himself after a long battle with depression.
Adrian Gooch, who had attempted to take his own life on two previous occasions, was found hanged at his home at Chapel Farm, New York on June 23.
An inquest held at Spilsby Registration Office, heard heard that Mr Gooch had been deemed at 'low risk' of suicide when he was last seen by a GP on May 15.
Traces of both prescription and non-prescription drugs were found in Mr Gooch's body, including ethanol, morphine and paracetamol. There was also evidence of cocaine and marijuana use.
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Mr Gooch was first diagnosed with depression in 2001. The frequency with which he sought help for mental health issues had increased after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2009.
In his conclusion, Assistant Coroner Richard Marshall came to a conclusion Mr Gooch died as a result of suicide.