Man killed by train days after hanging death of girlfriend he 'couldn't live without

A MAN has been killed by a train days after his ex-girlfriend 'he couldn't live without' was found hanged.

Adam Howarth, 29, died on June 28, six days after the body of his former partner Chloe Spencer, 27, was found on June 22.

His family reported him missing hours before his body was found on the tracks at Wigan North Western station last Friday.

The pair, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, had recently broken up, but were still close friends.

Mum-of-one Chloe, a mental health nursing assistant, died at an address in the town.

She posted a tragic last Facebook selfie showing lipstick emojis hours before she died.

Tributes to the pair poured in from heartbroken family and friends on social media.


Chloe's sister Emma posted on Facebook: "My beautiful little sister ❤ to say that we are absolutely devastated is an understatement.

"I can't find the words to say how much we will miss your beautiful smile. I hope you have found your peace now Chloe Spencer. Shine bright. Love you xxx."

Next to a photo of Chloe and Adam, she wrote: "Life can be so cruel. I hope you have found each other again and your both at peace now. Just heartbreaking. XX"

Chloe's mum, Deborah, posted: "No words can express my loss if she only realised how much love people had for her."

No words can express my loss if she only realised how much love people had for her

Another one of Chloe's sisters, Kate, wrote: "My beautiful sister your at peace now xx. I know they'll be together."

She added: "She don't need fight the demons no more I hope she finds her happiness and she will we back arguing over food and films one day xxxx".

A Go Fund Me page has been set up to raise money for Chloe's funeral next week.

An inquest opening into her death at Bolton Coroner's Court gave her cause of death as hanging.

Adam's pals and relatives also paid tribute to "the best of the best" on social media.


Aunt, Kath Lloyd, wrote on Facebook: "There's no words what my family are going through right now its so trajic what happened at the weekend.

"We just hope they're in a better place. Adam was such a lovely caring lad and a heart of gold and well loved by everyone.

"Fly high Adam Howarth. Love you always Aunty Kath XXX."

Jimaine Howarth posted: "Lost a big part of my heart with you gone lad. R.I.P now lad. You are very sadly missed and always will be. Loved you so much xxx."


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A spokesman for British Transport Police said: "BTP officers were called to Wigan North Western station at 11.48am on Friday, June 28, after a report of a casualty on the tracks.

"Paramedics also attended and sadly a person has since been pronounced dead.

"Enquiries into how the person came to be at the location are ongoing."

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