A student took her own life in mysterious circumstances with friends and family saying that she showed now signs of wanting to kill herself. Hannah Daibell’s body was found in her house in Toxteth, Liverpool, in July, hours after taking cocaine, an inquest was told. The 21-year-old veterinary science student sent a text message moments before her death that said ‘whatever you come home to, you did this’. However, the exact meaning of the message remains unclear.
It is believed that she may have been suffering a comedown from the cocaine and may have added to a low mood, depression or anxiety. Coroner Andre Rebello said: ‘The texting could mean anything. It would be wrong for me to speculate.
‘The metabolite [cocaine]..it may well be that has affected her. Without having taken that she might never have been put in that position.’ He recorded an open verdict adding that Hannah’s death by hanging may have been a ‘cry for help’. He added: ‘The text may have been alerting someone that she wanted them to come and find her. I know how special she was to her family.’
The student’s Facebook page has been set up as a memorial, headed by the words, ‘Remembering Hannah Daibell – we hope that people who love Hannah will find comfort in visiting her profile to remember and celebrate her life.’