Baby death inquest hears from nurse who was forced to admit to drinking water poisoned by bleach

Dr Steve Wojciechowski

A nurse who admitted poisoning her staff with bleach in a bid to save life has been killed.

Dr Steve Wojciechowski, 62, was found dead at his home in Pembrokeshire near Leicester, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-8-plus-jordan-714pascher5986 North Yorkshire.

He had been off work since Saturday when it was revealed he had taken a long walk after losing his job.

Wojciechowski worked as an orthopaedic nurse at North Yorkshire NHS Trust.

He had worked at King's College Hospital NHS Trust in Birmingham for 16 years and had been a patient at King's College Hospital in nearby Stoke-on-Trent for 30 years.

Friends of the man at the hospital, speaking on behalf of the family, said: "We are all devastated. https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-iphone-11-pro-max-asura-d9779 We know how lucky we are and how grateful our friends are to have survived this horrific tragedy."

Image copyright PA Image caption Dr Steve Wojciechowski had served at King's College Hospital in Birmingham for more than 30 years

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It is thought he drank large quantities of bleach in a bid to prevent severe internal bleeding.

Friends of his family said he was "always bubbly" and a good listener and he enjoyed sports, including cycling and fishing.

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A friend, https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-montagne-710pascher381 Sarah McQuade, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-custodia-cover-fundas-iphone-11-pro-max-5-6-7-8-plus-x-xs-xr-se2020-c11415-black-kryptek-nomad-1-iphone-xs-max-case said: "When we learned of his death, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-air-france-710pascher4431 I burst into tears.

"I cannot believe I am still alive because I was so desperate for news that Dr Wojciechowski had survived for so long.

"He was the kind of guy who made you feel like you were your friend."

"He enjoyed the outdoors and wanted to experience life in every way.

Baby death inquest hears from nurse who was forced to admit to drinking water poisoned by bleach

Baby death inquest hears from nurse who was forced to admit to drinking water poisoned by bleach

Baby death inquest hears from nurse who was forced to admit to drinking water poisoned by bleach

Dr Steve Wojciechowski

A nurse who admitted poisoning her staff with bleach in a bid to save life has been killed.

Dr Steve Wojciechowski, 62, was found dead at his home in Pembrokeshire near Leicester, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-8-plus-jordan-714pascher5986 North Yorkshire.

He had been off work since Saturday when it was revealed he had taken a long walk after losing his job.

Wojciechowski worked as an orthopaedic nurse at North Yorkshire NHS Trust.

He had worked at King's College Hospital NHS Trust in Birmingham for 16 years and had been a patient at King's College Hospital in nearby Stoke-on-Trent for 30 years.

Friends of the man at the hospital, speaking on behalf of the family, said: "We are all devastated. https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-iphone-11-pro-max-asura-d9779 We know how lucky we are and how grateful our friends are to have survived this horrific tragedy."

Image copyright PA Image caption Dr Steve Wojciechowski had served at King's College Hospital in Birmingham for more than 30 years

Wojciechowski was also well known as a patient in the hospital, https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/aliexpress-coque-samsung-j5-2016-709pascher6507 having treated and even won a competition against a world record time in June 2011.

It is thought he drank large quantities of bleach in a bid to prevent severe internal bleeding.

Friends of his family said he was "always bubbly" and a good listener and he enjoyed sports, including cycling and fishing.

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"I cannot believe I am still alive because I was so desperate for news that Dr Wojciechowski had survived for so long.

"He was the kind of guy who made you feel like you were your friend."

"He enjoyed the outdoors and wanted to experience life in every way.