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Yorkshire Ripper died in hospital after contracting coronavirus, inquest hears

ChronicleLive.Sutcliffe, who murdered at least 13 women across the north of England in the late 1970s, had several underlying health conditions and was 'almost blind'.Assistant senior coroner for County Durham and Darlington, Crispin Oliver, made a tribute to all of Sutcliffe's victims, passing on his 'solidarity and support', before starting the inquest.His coroner officer confirmed Sutcliffe's date of birth as June 2 1946 and said he was born in North Yorkshire.He was a prisoner at HMP Frankland in Durham, which is where he was moved to at the age of 70 on August 24, 2016.Sutcliffe was identified by a police officer following his death and his ex-wife was named as his next of kin, the inquest heard.Detective Inspector Claire Lambert of..

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