Verdict at inquest in to the death of Doncaster's DJ Vorny

A well-known Doncaster DJ died from the toxicological effects of cocaine and morphine, a coroner has ruled.

Friday, 18th November 2016, 11:36 am
Updated Monday, 21st November 2016, 12:23 pm
Floral tributes to DJ James Vorny outside The Warehouse in Doncaster. The 35-year-old well known DJ died on Monday. Photo: Chris Etchells

James Glyn Vaughan, who was better known as ‘DJ Vorny’, died at his home in Skellow on May 23 this year.

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At an inquest in to his death at Doncaster Coroners Court earlier this week Assistant Doncaster Coroner Mark Beresford gave an open verdict with a narrative, saying that the 35-year-old died from the toxicological effects of cocaine and morphine.

Hundreds paid tribute to the producer who was a regular performer at The Warehouse Club. Mourners left floral tributes outside the venue, on North Bridge Road.