A 2014 inquest had mastered the Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah died of severe respiratory failure.
However, this was quashed in 2019 following a report that found there might be a connection between her death and the quality of air close to her property.
Adoo-Kissi-Debrah dwelt 30 meters in the often-congested South Circular Road at Lewisham, southeast London. A brand new two-week inquest will try to identify if this is an element in her death.
It is going to also look at exactly what, if any, measures were taken to control the quality of the atmosphere. Plus it will examine whether the people were educated regarding amounts of contamination and what measures they can take to decrease exposure.
Solicitors representing the household state that when the coroner rules that poor air quality immediately caused her death, Adoo-Kissi-Debrah would be the very first person from the UK – and the entire world to have air contamination recorded on her death certificate as the reason