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Disastrous Bethany Skinner was pulled from the water in Bognor Regis, West Sussex, last February, and lamentably died in medical clinic two days after the fact, an examination heard.
She was pulled into the sea by a fierce wave and drowned after an argument with her boyfriend, an inquest heard.
She was 22 years old.
Bethany Skinner Drowned into TheSea
Skinner was pulled from the water in Bognor Regis, West Sussex, on February 24, 2019.
The Plymouth University craftsmanship graduate, initially from Taunton, Somerset, passed on in emergency clinic two days after the fact in the wake of experiencing mind harm an absence of oxygen.
An investigation heard Bethany had been working at Butlin’s to take care of her understudy overdraft and was because of a move to China to show kids English.
She had been out at Sheik’s dance club with a gathering of companions who all worked at Butlin’s the evening of her passing.
Crawley Coroner’s Court heard Bethany and her sweetheart of a quarter of a year had contention in the club and was approached to leave by safety faculty.
In a statement, the bouncer who escorted Bethany outside said she had told him: “I have been trying to please him all night but I can’t do anything right.”
Giving evidence Bethany’s boyfriend Philip Erickson said: “We had a little bit of an argument, she said I was spending too much time with the boys, she was saying she would go home.
“I said I didn’t want her to go home. When she tried to go I grabbed her arm to stop her, and the bouncer thought it was a bigger argument and fight so they told us to leave.
A police investigation concluded the bruises must have occurred from her time in the sea and no criminal charges were brought against Mr Erickson.
RNLI lifeguard Andrew Harris gave evidence that while rescuing Bethany, a member of his team had fallen out of the boat and it was difficult to land on the beach as the waters were so choppy.
Bethany did not have a pulse but was resuscitated with CPR and taken to St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester.
She was taken to intensive care, where it was found she had suffered “unsurvivable” brain damage as a result of the lack of oxygen.
A pathologist gave a cause of death as multiple organ failure as a result of immersion.