A 'WONDERFUL son, grandson and husband' was found dead at his family home, an inquest heard.

Daniel Murray, 27, was found hanged by his wife Laura at their home in Rosie Close in Padiham on February 27.

But East Lancashire assistant coroner Richard Taylor said he could not be sure ‘beyond all reasonable doubt’ that Daniel intended to commit suicide.

Wife Laura told the inquest in Burnley that the pair ‘adored each other’.

She said: “Myself and Daniel adored each other.

“There’s no reason why he’d ever intend to do something such as this.

“The night prior to what happened, we were taking silly photos of each.

“He looked so happy.

“It’s not like him to do this, he’d always say something and tell me or his mother if something was bothering him.”

His grandmother said: “Daniel never caused any trouble as a child.

“He was a wonderful son and grandson and was very hardworking.

“He was a good husband and a loving and happy young man.”

The hearing heard that Daniel seemed all 'fine and normal' before he left for work early as normal on the morning of his death.

Daniel then finished work as usual at 3pm and his vehicle was seen on an police road cameras on his usual route home.

Laura had sent a Snapchat to him at around 5.10pm which had not been opened by Daniel.

At 5.37pm, his wife arrived home and shouted up to him several times but there was no answer from Daniel.

After going into the bedroom, she then found him hanged shortly later in the en-suite bathroom.

The inquest was also told how Daniel had planned a short break for them in March.

Sergeant John McNamara, of Lancashire Police, who attended the scene said: “There was no indication that Daniel had intended to take his own life.

“He had planned a weekend trip away with his wife.”

A post-mortem examination conducted by pathologist Dr Al-Mudaffar said the medical cause of death was hanging.

Recording a conclusion of ‘death by hanging’, coroner Richard Taylor, said: “I cannot beyond all reasonable doubt conclude that Daniel intended to take his own life.

“I would like to offer my sincere condolences for your loss and thank you for coming here today.”