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SuffolkNews Podcast: Family of woman who died days after discharge from mental health hospital feel 'let down' by lack of information and teenagers arrested on suspicion of arson and burglary at Lowestoft schools



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In today's podcast, relatives of a charity worker believe the circumstances leading to her death could have been different if they had more information.

28-year-old Sarah Fernandez, who lived in Great Cornard, was found dead at her workplace Number 72 in Sudbury in January.

An inquest into her death this week heard she had been discharged from a mental health inpatient ward in Bury St Edmunds three days earlier.

The family of a Sudbury motorcyclist who died in a crash last month have thanked the emergency services who tried to save his life.

57-year-old father-of-four Andrew Rimmer died when his motorcycle crashed on the A134 at Mundford in September.

Meanwhile, three teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of arson and burglary after two separate incidents at schools in Lowestoft.

Three 14-year-old boys have been released on bail until next month.

And a local recruitment crisis for dentists paired with a poor deal in NHS contracts has resulted in a shortage of appointments in Suffolk, health leaders have said.

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