A TEENAGER died after a suspected fit.

Robyn Davies, from Abingdon, died on December 11 after three days at the John Radcliffe Hospital.

The investigation into her death was opened last Wednesday at Oxford Coroners Court.

Darren Salter, the head coroner for Oxfordshire, explained how Miss Davies had known epilepsy and the last seizure recorded was some time in November.

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A month later, on December 9, the 18-year-old was found unresponsive in the bathroom at her house and paramedics raced to the scene.

When they arrived they took her to the John Radcliffe Hospital, where she stayed for three days before she was pronounced dead.

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Mr Salter told the court that the likely cause of death is a seizure drowning, but that will be confirmed at a full inquest.

A provisional date for that has been set for the same court on April 28, later this year.