Nicola Bulley would have lost consciousness ‘in 20-30 seconds’ after lethal dose of water

Police appear to be focusing their search for Nicola Bulley on the river, but a former police officer says they shouldn't rule out other possibilities.

An inquest into the death of Nicola Bulley is beginning today.

  • The inquest into the death of Nicola Bulley has begin

  • A pathologist has said she died as a result of drowning and was alive when she fell into the water

  • There is no evidence she was harmed prior to her death

  • The 45-year-old’s disappearance in January sparked a nationwide hunt

  • Bulley’s body was finally found in the River Wyre in Lancashire after a three-week search

  • When did Nicola Bulley go missing? Read full timeline of her disappearance

An inquest is set to open today into the death of Nicola Bulley, whose disappearance in January sparked a huge manhunt.

Bulley was last seen walking her dog by the River Wyre on 27 January, having dropped her two children off at primary school shortly before setting off.

Less than half an hour after she was last seen, her dog and its lead were found on a bench close to the river, alongside her phone, which was still logged in to a work call.

Three weeks after her disappearance, police found her body in the reeds close to the river. The authorities had been criticised during the search after revealing intimate details about the missing woman in a move that was branded sexist and unnecessary by critics.

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