Lincoln doorman, Glen Dring's death not thought to be suspicious
The sudden death of Lincoln doorman, Glen Dring, is not thought to be suspicious, according to coroners.
Lincoln doorman Glen Dring died after collapsing suddenly this weekend.
Mr Dring worked on the doors of several pubs and clubs in the city centre.
Coroner’s officer Dave Stocking said: “The death has been referred to the coroner’s office.
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“It is not thought to be suspicious but we are awaiting the results of a post-mortem examination to establish the cause of death.
"There may be an inquest but we are not sure yet."
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