AN aged man died after shedding his footing on his means house from consuming with some mates, an inquest has heard.
Terry Kenyon, of Cross Hill, Padiham, was 70 when he was discovered unresponsive with head accidents on the backside of a set of steps by some members of the general public.
Mr Kenyon had been out buying together with his spouse June Kenyon in Burnley on January 10, 2022.
He acquired the bus house after deciding to go for drinks with some mates that afternoon.
When June acquired again house, Mr Kenyon was not there however she stated this was not out of character and he or she thought he was simply out together with his mates.
At 6.45pm, police knocked on her door to inform her that Mr Kenyon had died.
Earlier that afternoon after he had been out consuming, members of the general public discovered Mr Kenyon on the backside of a set of concrete steps in Padiham in cardiac arrest and will scent alcohol on him.
An ambulance was known as nevertheless paramedics have been unable to discover a heartbeat and he was not respiratory.
He had suffered a big head damage, a laceration to the again of his head and had a traumatic cervical backbone damage which can have impacted the spinal wire. Medical doctors consider this will likely have been his reason behind demise.
He was taken to Royal Blackburn Hospital and declared useless.
June stated her husband had fallen as soon as previously whereas inebriated however that he was not an alcoholic, and solely went out hardly ever to socialize together with his mates.
Coroner Laura Fox declared that Mr Kenyon’s demise was an accident.
She stated: “Mr Kenyon was a 70-year-old man who loved socialising and consuming together with his mates in working males’s golf equipment and pubs round Padiham.
“He died on January 10, 2022 after consuming a considerable amount of alcohol inflicting him to misplace his footing.”