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World British backpacker, 22, and her Canadian travelling companion were found dead just hours after falling ill in Cambodian hostel, inquest hears

05:10  30 october  2019
05:10  30 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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British backpacker , 22 , and her Canadian travelling companion were found dead just hours after falling ill in Cambodian hostel , inquest hears . Natalie Seymour, 22 , had messaged her mother to say she and her friend were ill . Taken to a local doctor by a villager but there was no hospital in the

A YOUNG British backpacker and her Canadian friend were found dead in a Cambodian hostel after But hours later staff at the hostel in the Cambodian city of Kampot found her and 27-year-old An inquest into Natalie’s November 2017 death was told she and her friend were taken ill with

a couple of people posing for the camera: Ms Seymour with Abbey Gail Amisola© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ms Seymour with Abbey Gail Amisola A young British backpacker and her Canadian travelling companion were found dead in a Cambodian hostel just hours after falling ill, an inquest heard today.

Natalie Seymour, 22, had messaged her mother back in the UK to say she and her 27-year-old friend Abbey Gail Amisola had a severe stomach upset and were going out to get help.

But hours later staff at the Monkey Republic guesthouse in Kampot, southern Cambodia, entered their room to find them dead.

a woman looking at the camera: Natalie Seymour, 22© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Natalie Seymour, 22

Today, a coroner investigating Ms Seymour's death returned an inconclusive open verdict after hearing she and her friend had brought an unknown over-the-counter medication.

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The hearing heard they were taken ill with severe sickness and diarrhoea soon after arriving at the hostel in November 2017.

Ms Seymour's phone was examined by the Cambodian authorities, who found she had been searching for Google about her symptoms.

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Local volunteers joined expats, tourists and Cambodian officials including police officers, divers and Her father, Phil Bambridge, arrived on the island after travelling from Vietnam, where he lives, on Concern was raised when Bambridge failed to check out of the hostel and meet a friend to catch a

A 22 -year-old British backpacker has been found dead in a Cambodian hostel , along with her 27-year-old Canadian friend. The pair reportedly died after they took medicine for an upset stomach. Natalie Jade Seymour from Britain and Abbey Gail Amisola from Canada were found dead in the

She wrote in one search: 'Vomiting so much I have chest pains.' In another, she said: 'My belly is cramping, but I don't feel sick. It's weird - what is going on'.

a woman sitting on a bench next to a body of water: Today, a coroner investigating Ms Seymour's death returned an inconclusive open verdict after hearing she and her friend had brought an unknown over-the-counter medication© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Today, a coroner investigating Ms Seymour's death returned an inconclusive open verdict after hearing she and her friend had brought an unknown over-the-counter medication

The traveller was concerned too about the colour of her vomit - yellow and dark green.

The inquest in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, heard how Ms Seymour, from Shefford, had flown out from Britain in November 2017 to Cambodia to meet up with Ms Amisola, who she had met a year earlier in Bali.

Ms Seymour had quit her job as an accounts manager and flew on a one-way ticket, hoping to fulfil her thirst for adventure. She provided daily updates to her family.

After arriving in the southwestern city of Kampot, she and Ms Amisola booked into the Monkey Republic Guesthouse but became ill soon after.

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The next day Natalie Jade Seymour, a 22 -year-old woman from London, and her friend Abbey Gail Amisola, 27, of Winnipeg, were found dead in their Cambodian hostel bunks. The woman were allegedly suffering from food poisoning and had bought some pills from a local chemist to deal with

a person standing on top of a bed: Police are pictured by the beds at the Monkey Republic Hostel where the two women were staying© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Police are pictured by the beds at the Monkey Republic Hostel where the two women were staying Other backpackers brought them food and drink as their conditions deteriorated, but because of the hostel's remote location, there was no hospital nearby.

A local villager took the women in a car to a local doctor, but by the time they arrived, they were unconscious and brought back to the hostel. They were found dead some hours after.

Ms Seymour's body was brought back to Britain and Hertfordshire Police opened an investigation into her death.

Paul Myhill, a scene of crime officer with the force, said there was no evidence of ' foul play'.

a woman holding a bicycle: Ms Seymour© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ms Seymour

Blood samples taken by Cambodian officials from Ms Seymour's body could not be tested because there was no proper labelling on the vials, but a post-mortem was carried out at Lister Hospital in Stevenage.

When the first inquest was opened into Ms Seymour's death in 2018, its cause could not be determined.

a girl in a pink shirt: Ms Seymour© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ms Seymour Dr Rajiv Swamy, who carried out the post-mortem, told the latest inquest he had found evidence of damage to her liver caused by 'drug toxicity', and gave this as the cause of death.

He said this was sometimes seen as a result of taking an over-the-counter medication like paracetamol or anticonvulsants used to treat seizures.

But Coroner Sullivan recorded an open verdict, meaning he could not be specific about what had caused her death.

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