A famous DJ by the name Khemist fell from the cliff and lost his life after consuming ecstasy and MDMA. Dan Budd developed severe head injuries and lost his life three days after falling from a cliff.
Lifeguards and off-duty GP, which roughly comprises 20 people, earned themselves a praise for their massive role in trying to rescue Dan Budd.
Dan was born in Redruth but lived in Launceston. He came to Connor Downs early June, accompanied by his group of friends.
They spent most of their time drinking, and after sleeping for a few hours, they have ultimately decided to visit the beach.
Chloe Northcott informed the inquest that Dan took ecstasy, rum, MDMA, and two cans of Budweiser 24 hours before the incident happened.
They later left to Godrevy Point and parked their car alongside the beach café. After spending several hours at the beach, Jasmine McCaffery and Miss Northcott decided to go to the cliff top where Dan joined them later.
They all sat down, but Dan looked wobbly and was also running around the clifftop.
Miss McCaffery said that she was speaking to some other men on the cliff that time when she heard Dan call her name. She shouted back at her shoulder only to discover that Dan was gone.
She later on heard Dan groaning in pain, as he laid on the rocks seriously injured.
His friends shouted, and the lifeguards responded promptly.
The inquest heard from statement given by Oliver Shilston, which showed that the lifeguards performed a CPR on Dan, which took about an hour.
An air ambulance took Dan to Derriford Hospital, but he had serious injuries in his head which could not let him survive. He unfortunately lost his life on the 25th of June.
A post mortem has also shown that he had taken cocaine and MDMA, but he lost his life because of severe injuries in the head.