THE death of an ‘angelic’ 14-year-old girl whose brother found her hanged in their family home is to be investigated by Rochdale council.The authority has launched a serious case review into the death of Charlotte Baron, who was found dead in February.The council has now announced it will launch the review to find out if chances were missed to help her.The authority confirmed council services were aware of Charlotte and had dealt with her family in the past.An inquest into the St Cuthbert’s RC High School pupil’s death was opened last week, but was put on hold until October.It’s reported that the case review may run alongside the inquest investigation and aim to present the results at around the same time.Catherine McKenna, assistant coroner for Greater Manchester North, opened an inquest into Charlotte’s death at Heywood’s Phoenix Centre in March.She heard that Charlotte’s body was discovered by her brother in her home on Saturday, February 20, and later identified by her mother, Veronica Kilbride.Police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.The inquest was adjourned until July 27.A touching YouTube tribute video created in Charlotte’s memory by one of her friends just days after her death was viewed more than 8,000 times.School pals alsoraised £720 in Charlotte’s memory by… Read full this story
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