A teenager was found dead in a hotel room close to Stansted Airport.
The body of Lewis Calmus was discovered by a member of the management staff at the Skyline Hotel in Stansted, Essex, on August 10.
Emergency services rushed to the hotel but despite all their efforts, they were unable to save the man’s life, Essex Live reported.
The teenager was a19-year-old from Hatfield in Hertfordshire.
At an inquest into his death at Essex Coroner’s Court this morning coroner’s assistant Marianne Robson said: “On August 10, Mr Calmus was discovered at the Skyline Hotel by a member of management.
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“On gaining of entry, he found Mr Calmus lying on the bed unresponsive and called 999.
“Police and paramedics attended and confirmed his death at 9.26am.”
On August 19, a post-mortem examination was carried out by Dr McKenzie at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.
Dr McKenzie recorded Mr Calmus’ cause of death as a drugs overdose.
Ms Robson also confirmed that police are not treating Mr Calmus’ death as suspicious.
Area coroner Lincoln Brookes adjourned the hearing and scheduled a full inquest for December 11 at 2pm.
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