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Towie star Peri Sinclair’s mum died in ‘tragic accident’

PUBLISHED: 16:17 08 May 2014 | UPDATED: 16:27 08 May 2014

Mandy Fowell

Mandy Fowell

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The mother of Towie star Peri Sinclair died in a “tragic accident” after a building collapsed on her, an inquest heard.

Peri Sinclair from The Only Way is Essex Peri Sinclair from The Only Way is Essex

Mandy Fowell, 49, of Ongar Road, Abridge, owned Bizara Cards in Crown Street, Brentwood, where her daughter worked.

Strong gales were a contributing factor in the collapse of the workshop in her garden that caused her death in February, Chelmsford Coroner’s Court inquest heard last week.

Ms Fowell was taken to Whipps Cross Hospital in London where she died of her injuries.

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