Grant, 40, used Google Earth to locate a perfect spot for his suicide and researched the best way to plan his death by carbon monoxide poisoning. To protect the public, he placed signs on his car that warned them of the deadly gas and warned “Danger. Do not enter at any cost. CO2 kills.” [We can forgive the use of the carbon dioxide reference rather than CO]
The car parts worker had been battling with work-related stress. He left a list of his next of kin for police and put his matters in order.
Det Sgt Michael Brewer said: “He had arranged it with almost too much precision, Everything was very neatly done.” Coroner Ian Arrow added his own praise in a recorded a suicide verdict, saying: “He planned this with great expertise.”
The praise was accepted posthumously by Mr. Grant.
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