AN inquest has been scheduled for a young man who died suddenly in his bed overnight.

Haseem Nadeem, 23, who was found unresponsive in Long Readings Lane in Slough by a family member on May 23 this year.

A medical cause of death has been offered as ‘sudden adult death’, which is where people have died suddenly and it is most commonly found that they had had CAD (coronary artery disease) or ASCAD (atherosclerotic coronary artery disease), or any level of stress.

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An inquest opening at Berkshire’s Coroners Court on Tuesday (September 26) heard that Haseem had ‘no complaints of ill health’ prior to going to bed on the evening of May 22.

Assistant coroner Alison McCormick said: “Later that evening, at around 10.30pm, a family member went into his bedroom because his phone alarm was hard to go off and it appeared at this point, to the family member, that Haseem was in bed and his alarm was switched off.

“At 10.45pm, the alarm went off again and the family member went into the bedroom and realised something untoward had occurred.

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“Emergency services attended but unfortunately there were no life-saving opportunities.”

A full inquest will take place on November 2 at 2pm.