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Accountant, 26, took her own life three days after being caught drink-driving

Police found 26-year-old 'driving erratically' in her Audi

AN ACCOUNTANT took her own life three days after she was caught drink-driving, an inquest has heard.

Marina Watters, 26, was discovered by police at her home in Dereham, Norfolk, amid concerns she had not shown up at work.

Marina Watters died three days after she was caught drink-driving
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Marina Watters died three days after she was caught drink-drivingCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service

The tragedy on April 26 came just three days after Marina was charged for drink-driving in her Audi A1 while twice the legal limit.

An inquest was told Marina, who was "driving erratically” and “swerving from side to side”, was due to appear in court the following month.

While in custody, she met with David Howes - previously of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust’s liaison diversion team.

He told the court he carried out a routine assessment of Marina's mental health as female detainees are considered "high risk".

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Mr Howes said: "She fully engaged with relevant and articulate responses.

“She was just tearful, regretted her decisions, and said she had made a stupid mistake. She presented as remorseful.

“She denied having any thoughts of suicide or self-harm.

“She was just worried about not being able to drive for her job and visiting her grandparents to help them with their shopping.”

Marina was given the details of external agencies who could support her before leaving the police station, the inquest heard.

A Safety Incident Review carried out after her death found no areas of concern and everything had been “in accordance with routine practice".

Recording a narrative verdict, area coroner Samantha Goward said: “Marina Watters died due to a deliberate hanging, but her thought process may have been impacted due to side effects of taking ketamine, so her intent is not known.” 

Following Marina's death, her family described her as "the glue of all her social circles” and “the life and soul of everything”.

They also told how she had fulfilled her dream of becoming a fully qualified chartered accountant.  

Her brother Michael 'Mikey' Watters said: “She was my everything, my rock.

"I'm deeply hurt, and I cannot imagine how I can move on in life without her.” 

Mikey urged others experiencing any mental health problems to reach out for help.


If you are affected by any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on 116123.


Marina was caught driving erratically in her Audi
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Marina was caught driving erratically in her AudiCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service
The accountant had expressed fears over not being able to drive for work
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The accountant had expressed fears over not being able to drive for workCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service
Marina was found dead in her flat by police
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TRAGIC END 

Accountant, 26, took her own life three days after being caught drink-driving

Police found 26-year-old 'driving erratically' in her Audi

AN ACCOUNTANT took her own life three days after she was caught drink-driving, an inquest has heard.

Marina Watters, 26, was discovered by police at her home in Dereham, Norfolk, amid concerns she had not shown up at work.

Marina Watters died three days after she was caught drink-driving
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Marina Watters died three days after she was caught drink-drivingCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service

The tragedy on April 26 came just three days after Marina was charged for drink-driving in her Audi A1 while twice the legal limit.

An inquest was told Marina, who was "driving erratically” and “swerving from side to side”, was due to appear in court the following month.

While in custody, she met with David Howes - previously of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust’s liaison diversion team.

He told the court he carried out a routine assessment of Marina's mental health as female detainees are considered "high risk".

READ MORE NEWS

Mr Howes said: "She fully engaged with relevant and articulate responses.

“She was just tearful, regretted her decisions, and said she had made a stupid mistake. She presented as remorseful.

“She denied having any thoughts of suicide or self-harm.

“She was just worried about not being able to drive for her job and visiting her grandparents to help them with their shopping.”

Marina was given the details of external agencies who could support her before leaving the police station, the inquest heard.

A Safety Incident Review carried out after her death found no areas of concern and everything had been “in accordance with routine practice".

Recording a narrative verdict, area coroner Samantha Goward said: “Marina Watters died due to a deliberate hanging, but her thought process may have been impacted due to side effects of taking ketamine, so her intent is not known.” 

Following Marina's death, her family described her as "the glue of all her social circles” and “the life and soul of everything”.

They also told how she had fulfilled her dream of becoming a fully qualified chartered accountant.  

Her brother Michael 'Mikey' Watters said: “She was my everything, my rock.

"I'm deeply hurt, and I cannot imagine how I can move on in life without her.” 

Mikey urged others experiencing any mental health problems to reach out for help.


If you are affected by any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on 116123.


Marina was caught driving erratically in her Audi
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Marina was caught driving erratically in her AudiCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service
The accountant had expressed fears over not being able to drive for work
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The accountant had expressed fears over not being able to drive for workCredit: Facebook / East Anglia News Service
Marina was found dead in her flat by police
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