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Pictured: 21 year old Jordan Miers<br />
Re: A children's football coach who took ecstasy for the first time died after falling into a Swansea river and drowning, an inquest has heard.<br />
Jordan Miers, 21, was seen "confused and disorientated" after leaving a work's Christmas party in the city centre on 19 December 2015.<br />
His body was recovered from the River Tawe almost three weeks later.<br />
Acting senior coroner Colin Phillips recorded a conclusion of misadventure at the inquest on Thursday.<br />
The inquest heard he had drunk "the equivalent of three pints of beer" and had taken the MDMA ecstasy drug while on the night out.<br />
Mr Phillips said: "It was Jordan's first time… and he would not have been used to the experience of taking drugs."
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Pictured: 21 year old Jordan Miers
Re: A children's football coach who took ecstasy for the first time died after falling into a Swansea river and drowning, an inquest has heard.
Jordan Miers, 21, was seen "confused and disorientated" after leaving a work's Christmas party in the city centre on 19 December 2015.
His body was recovered from the River Tawe almost three weeks later.
Acting senior coroner Colin Phillips recorded a conclusion of misadventure at...
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