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Jennifer Lander (pictured) left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family

Jennifer Lander (pictured) left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family

A female University student died of carbon monoxide poisoning after mixing chemicals to create the deadly gas, an inquest has heard.

Jennifer Lander left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family just two months after a close friend killed herself in a similar way.

The 30-year-old mechanical engineering student was a keen rugby player and also rowed for the university. 

The mature student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence by shocked friend Charlotte Lewis and trainee paramedic Alex Gasper, who was also Miss Lander's rowing coach.

Miss Lewis had grown increasingly concerned about Miss Lander, Mechanical sealing who had confided in her three days earlier about having suicidal thoughts.

The inquest heard that Miss Lander had a friend who killed herself using carbon monoxide in November 2016 and that event had influenced her to do the same.

Miss Lewis said she became increasingly worried for Miss Lander after she stopped answering her calls.

Accompanied by Mr Gasper, she went to visit Miss Lander at her halls on the Talbot Campus of Bournemouth University on the afternoon of January 12.

There was no answer at the door and when Miss Lewis rang her phone again she could hear it vibrating inside. A caretaker then let the pair in.

Miss Lander was found 'collapsed' and 'unresponsive' in the bathroom. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Miss Lewis said: 'Jen had said she was in good place, she was at peace, she wanted to commit suicide.

'I tried to see her or speak to her everyday but I had not heard from her on that afternoon and had not seen any recent activity on Facebook so I was increasingly concerned about her.

'I confided in my rowing trainer Alex and that afternoon went around her halls of residence. 

'I rang her phone and could hear it vibrating inside. At that point I was extremely concerned.

'Alex and I went to the university office and explained the situation and they came to open her flat door. We went in and saw the note on bathroom door. Alex went in the bathroom and found her.'

The police were called and officers acted on the advice in Miss Lander's warning notes by ordering students to evacuate campus.

Fire crews wearing protective masks and suits rushed to the address and later removed a bin containing potentially hazardous materials from the premises.

As well as the warning notes, Miss Lander left letters to friends and family members indicating that she intended to take her own life.

Her mother Francis Waddy said: 'She never confided in us that she wanted to kill herself but Jen had lost some friends through suicides and drug overdoses since school.

The student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence (pictured) by a shocked friend, it was earlier reported

The student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence (pictured) by a shocked friend, it was earlier reported

'The girl who killed herself in November had the strongest influence on her to make Jen make up her mind and kill herself.'

A post mortem examination revealed her death was caused by 'high levels of carbon monoxide intoxication' which was caused by mixing chemicals. There was no alcohol in her system.

Police Sergeant Adam Gill attended the halls of residence the night Miss Lander was found.

Miss Lander, who was known as Jen to friends, had moved from Somerset to study at Bournemouth University last year.

She was living in Block 57 of the student village in Gillett Road at the time of her death on January 12 this year.

Coroner Rachel Griffin recorded a verdict of death by suicide.

She said: 'She had very carefully planned her death in that she had protected others by issuing warnings and sealing off doors in hope no one else exposed to chemicals which caused her death. She was a lady who has been described as an inspiration to others.

'She was bright and intelligent and very keen on sports. She was very popular with lots of close friends and family around her.'  

She was living in Block 57 of the student village on Gillett Road at the time of her death on January 12 this year. 

Following her death, her friend Andy Snook said he had known her through his local gym for about seven years.

Mr Snook last saw her in the gym about two weeks before her death while she was at home for the university's Christmas break. 

He said said earlier: 'I am devastated. She was always active in the gym and we went to Body Power shows together. She was a beautiful soul.

'She told me that she was excited to pass all her exams at Bournemouth University. She was a wonderful, kind and caring person, who was the life and Ceramic filter soul of the party.'  

For confidential support call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit a local Samaritans branch, see for details. 





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Jennifer Lander (pictured) left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family

Jennifer Lander (pictured) left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family

A female University student died of carbon monoxide poisoning after mixing chemicals to create the deadly gas, an inquest has heard.

Jennifer Lander left notes in her Bournemouth University halls of residence warning people carbon monoxide was inside along with letters to her friends and family just two months after a close friend killed herself in a similar way.

The 30-year-old mechanical engineering student was a keen rugby player and also rowed for the university. 

The mature student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence by shocked friend Charlotte Lewis and trainee paramedic Alex Gasper, who was also Miss Lander's rowing coach.

Miss Lewis had grown increasingly concerned about Miss Lander, Mechanical sealing who had confided in her three days earlier about having suicidal thoughts.

The inquest heard that Miss Lander had a friend who killed herself using carbon monoxide in November 2016 and that event had influenced her to do the same.

Miss Lewis said she became increasingly worried for Miss Lander after she stopped answering her calls.

Accompanied by Mr Gasper, she went to visit Miss Lander at her halls on the Talbot Campus of Bournemouth University on the afternoon of January 12.

There was no answer at the door and when Miss Lewis rang her phone again she could hear it vibrating inside. A caretaker then let the pair in.

Miss Lander was found 'collapsed' and 'unresponsive' in the bathroom. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Miss Lewis said: 'Jen had said she was in good place, she was at peace, she wanted to commit suicide.

'I tried to see her or speak to her everyday but I had not heard from her on that afternoon and had not seen any recent activity on Facebook so I was increasingly concerned about her.

'I confided in my rowing trainer Alex and that afternoon went around her halls of residence. 

'I rang her phone and could hear it vibrating inside. At that point I was extremely concerned.

'Alex and I went to the university office and explained the situation and they came to open her flat door. We went in and saw the note on bathroom door. Alex went in the bathroom and found her.'

The police were called and officers acted on the advice in Miss Lander's warning notes by ordering students to evacuate campus.

Fire crews wearing protective masks and suits rushed to the address and later removed a bin containing potentially hazardous materials from the premises.

As well as the warning notes, Miss Lander left letters to friends and family members indicating that she intended to take her own life.

Her mother Francis Waddy said: 'She never confided in us that she wanted to kill herself but Jen had lost some friends through suicides and drug overdoses since school.

The student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence (pictured) by a shocked friend, it was earlier reported

The student was found dead in the bathroom of her halls of residence (pictured) by a shocked friend, it was earlier reported

'The girl who killed herself in November had the strongest influence on her to make Jen make up her mind and kill herself.'

A post mortem examination revealed her death was caused by 'high levels of carbon monoxide intoxication' which was caused by mixing chemicals. There was no alcohol in her system.

Police Sergeant Adam Gill attended the halls of residence the night Miss Lander was found.

Miss Lander, who was known as Jen to friends, had moved from Somerset to study at Bournemouth University last year.

She was living in Block 57 of the student village in Gillett Road at the time of her death on January 12 this year.

Coroner Rachel Griffin recorded a verdict of death by suicide.

She said: 'She had very carefully planned her death in that she had protected others by issuing warnings and sealing off doors in hope no one else exposed to chemicals which caused her death. She was a lady who has been described as an inspiration to others.

'She was bright and intelligent and very keen on sports. She was very popular with lots of close friends and family around her.'  

She was living in Block 57 of the student village on Gillett Road at the time of her death on January 12 this year. 

Following her death, her friend Andy Snook said he had known her through his local gym for about seven years.

Mr Snook last saw her in the gym about two weeks before her death while she was at home for the university's Christmas break. 

He said said earlier: 'I am devastated. She was always active in the gym and we went to Body Power shows together. She was a beautiful soul.

'She told me that she was excited to pass all her exams at Bournemouth University. She was a wonderful, kind and caring person, who was the life and Ceramic filter soul of the party.'  

For confidential support call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit a local Samaritans branch, see for details.