Original article from Kent Live
A young factory worker from Ashford took his own life after a troubling last conversation with his brother.
Adam Terechowicz, 21, was found after hanging himself at home on Godington Road on December 16 last year.
He died at William Harvey Hospital just under a week later on December 22.
An inquest into Adam's death was held at Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone today (April 19).
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The court heard he had moved to England aged 16 and started working in a factory after finishing his education.
He was said to have enjoyed going to his brother, Michael's, house and playing with his four-year-old nephew.
The inquest heard written evidence from Michael, who referred to a worrying moment in the months before Adam took his own life.
Coroner Patricia Harding explained: "He had previously said to his brother that he would kill himself, if anything went wrong with his relationship with his girlfriend.
"That conversation was said in drink."
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The court also heard there had been no prior evidence of suicide attempts or comments about taking his own life.
Adam's cause of death was listed as a hypoxic brain injury, which was a result of suspension.
Ms Harding concluded that "he died as a result of his own deliberate act", and therefore ruled the case as a suicide.