A CARE home resident has died after fracturing her ribs in a fall in Henley.

Anthea Redmond, 89, was living at Henley Manor Care Home in Mill Lane when she experienced a fall on April 11 this year, fracturing her ribs.

The former business executor then developed pneumonia.

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She died at about 4.42am the same day and a registered nurse verified her death at the home.

An inquest opening at Oxford Coroner’s Court on Wednesday (May 8) heard that her medical cause of death has been offered as lobar community acquired pneumonia, rib fractures, and Parkinson’s disease.

Senior coroner Darren Salter has set a date for a full inquest to take place into her death at the same court on August 8 at 11.45am.