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The Cranberries front woman Dolores O'Riordan died in January by drowning due to alcohol intoxication, an inquest at Westminster Coroner's Court has heard.
The singer, who died suddenly on 15 January aged 46, was found submerged in the bath in her room at a London hotel.
O'Riordan died as a result of a "tragic accident", the coroner said.
She died after drinking an excessive amount of alcohol, expert witnesses told the court.
The singer had no injuries or evidence of self harm, the inquest was told.
O'Riordan had been in the Park Lane Hilton hotel as part of a recording trip ahead of a 2018 tour.
During the 90s, the Irish musician led the band to international success and their hit singles include Linger and Zombie.
The band embarked on a UK and European tour in 2017, but it had to be cancelled in May as a result of O'Riordan's health issues.
The official Cranberries website cited "medical reasons associated with a back problem" that prevented O'Riordan from performing.
But just before Christmas, the singer had posted on Facebook saying she was "feeling good" and had done her "first bit of gigging in months", leading fans to believe she would soon be on tour again.
Thursday would have been O'Riordan's 47th birthday.
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