A mother who died while pregnant with her seventh child had cocaine in her system that may have 'contributed' to the tragedy, an inquest heard.Six kids and a coke habit? Wow! She (or her husband) must have had a very well paying job, eh, reader?
North West Wales coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones concluded Miss Hughes's death was due to natural causes.
He told an inquest in Caernarfon: 'If she had not taken cocaine in the past the probability is that she would have survived the bronchopneumonia, but we cannot be sure.'
Mr Pritchard Jones issued a warning to the public that cocaine can and does cause long-term issues.Maybe that's why it's illegal?
Miss Hughes was found to have 'abnormally high' levels of the cocaine in her system, the court heard, but the coroner said it was 'not a drug death'.Make up your mind!
Mr Pritchard said: 'I am seeing far too many cocaine deaths as the use of cocaine in this part of the world is very common.'Isn't it rather more expensive than other drugs? Isn't Wales a poverty-stricken area?
In March it was reported that Miss Hughes's parents have now moved in to care for her heartbroken children, Carly, 16, Lennox, 15, Holly, 11, Poppy, six, Jaxton, two, and one year old Xavi.But not pay for them. That's on the poor bloody taxpayer, as usual...