Jamie Davis Death – Obituary – Cause of death!

Jamie Davis Death - Obituary - Cause of death!

Jamie Davis Death: Jamie Davis, 30, of Christchurch, Dorset, was found hanged in his van in Totton, Hampshire, on 11 January. His widow Alicia said he looked for help for PTSD after his child inquired as to why he was shouting in the night however missed a few clinical arrangements. Hampshire coroner Jason Pegg recorded a finish of self destruction.

Jamie and Alicia Davis

Mr Davis endured shrapnel wounds and saw the passings of associates in Iraq and Afghanistan, the investigation heard.

Mrs Davis, from Bournemouth, said he hence experienced “bad dreams night and day” and was embarrassed about his condition.

“He was shouting in the night… punching dividers when he was discussing it,” she told the meeting.

“He was filled with blame… Perhaps the best mate got executed and he said that ought to have been him.”

Jamie Davis

picture captionThe previous serviceman “had a colossal heart”, Mrs Davis told the consultation

Jamie Davis

picture captionMr Davis joined the military at 16 years old, the examination heard

Mrs Davis said her better half neglected to go to clinical arrangements for PTSD in 2018 halfway in light of the fact that he was not permitted time off work and couldn’t bear to lose pay.

He moved out of the family home in July 2019 in light of the fact that he “couldn’t intellectually hold it together” before their two children, she said.

“The young men are his life… They were seeing that and it was sad,” she included.

She said her significant other’s demise had spared the lives of four servicemen who had consequently conceded they had PTSD.

Mr Pegg said Mr Davis had been evaluated as being at generally safe of self-hurt, despite the fact that he “was in an exceptionally awful spot” subsequent to being dismissed for military positions and was likewise worried about his connections.

He stated: “I am happy to hear that following his all around went to memorial service, four marksmen partners may have been convinced to look for help [for PTSD] themselves.”