TRIBUTES have been paid to young mother who was found in a public toilet in Wrexham.
Mum-of-one Kirsty Wilde, 23, who had been living in Wrexham for the past few months, was found unconscious in the public toilets close to Waterworld last Thursday.
Originally from Stockport, Ms Wilde was taken to hospital where, despite the actions of responding police officers and paramedics, she was pronounced dead.
A friend of Ms Wilde, who did not want be named, said: “She was a lovely girl. She was bubbly and would talk to anyone.
“She had only been in Wrexham a few months. It’s very, very sad.”
Tributes have also been paid to Ms Wilde on Facebook.
Natalie Walsh wrote: “I love you loads and know you will be looking down on us, wanting us to be strong.
“May your light shine in Heaven and may your soul now be at peace.”
Gemma Rymill said: “Kirsty, you were so funny, brave and sweet. I am sorry beyond words that you're gone. RIP xxx.”
Her grandmother Rita Gomm put: “Don’t know what we are going to do without her. Miss her so much.”
North Wales coroner John Gittins said he had opened an inquest into the death of Kirsty Jane Wilde, of Chester Road, Wrexham, where she was living.
A post-mortem examination has been carried out by Dr Andrew Dalton. The cause of death has been deferred. Further tests will take place and the inquest has been adjourned to a later date.
At the same time as Ms Wilde’s body was found, a 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of the possession and supply of controlled drugs, he has since been released on police bail without charge.