Regina v Coroner for Surrey, ex parte Wright: 18 Jun 1966

The deceased died when unconscious under general anaesthetic in the course of dental surgery, as a result of an obstruction to his airway.
Held: There was no basis in such circumstances for contending that the verdict of accident should have been that of neglect.
Tucker J
Unreported, 18 June 1966
England and Wales
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CitedIn re Catherine Lucy Clegg (an Application to Quash Inquisition on Inquest) Admn 2-Dec-1996
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