Philip Weybourne Death: A British guy in perfect condition passed away while on a family vacation after taking too much fentanyl at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Philip Weybourne, a native of West Malling, Kent, suddenly became ill after spending the day with his wife and kid and went to a bar at the Yacht Club hotel in Epcot.
His death, which occurred in May 2020, was the subject of an inquest held at Maidstone County Hall. The court heard that the 40-year-old was brought to the hospital, where his health quickly worsened, and he passed away. He may have had deadly doses of fentanyl, a potent opioid that the US Drug Enforcement Administration describes as the “single deadliest drug threat our nation has ever seen” in his system, according to Mirror.
His wife Dorlyn Weybourne read a testimony at the hearing in which she said, “On May 20, 2022, we started our vacation to Disney World in Orlando, Florida. We had no theme parks to visit on May 23 because we slept in. We planned a supper at the Boat House, a seafood restaurant near Disney Springs that also offers tours in antique amphibious cars, because we wanted to unwind.”
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“After shopping, my son and I met Philip at the Boat House at 1 pm. We enjoyed the best lunch ever while sipping champagne the way we used to in Dubai. After that, we took a trip in an amphibious vehicle, and at around 5:30 pm, we returned to the hotel to complete the day. “As per reports, read the statement.
Weybourne, the director of a large IT firm, took a shower and then went to a bar on Epcot Resorts Boulevard to continue drinking. His wife learned that her husband had been transported to the hospital about two hours later when she answered the door to a knock. Dorlyn Weybourne recalled, “I asked them if it was a heart attack or a heat stroke.” In Celebration, Florida, a small care hospital called AdventHealth Celebration admitted him. “I didn’t see my hubby in the hospital when I got there. I can recall the doctor telling me he passed away at 8:06 p.m. “According to the outlet, she said.
The loss of the Weybourne family was discussed by assistant coroner Catherine Wood, according to DailyMail “My deepest sympathies go out to Mr Weybourne’s family. It must have been a major shock that you didn’t want to go through it again at the inquest. I wish you the ability to start remaking your lives.”