Was There An Accident, asks Megan Thornton? Twitter Tribute from Exeter Coreus Group.

Allegations that Megan Thornton may have been in an accident have been shared over Twitter.

On Sunday, July 31, she tragically passed away at the age of 23 in a workplace accident at the Coreus Group, where she had previously held the position of assistant marketing manager.

She earned her master’s degree from the University of Exeter, for which she was recognized in Exeter, Bristol, and London. She put through such long hours.

There are rumors that she passed away at the scene of the accident despite being taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead, even though the police report has not yet been made public. Authorities appear to be investigating the accident scene, but neither the accident’s cause nor the investigation’s outcome are yet known.

Megan loved her job at Coreus and took great pride in the company’s successes as well as her own. She is grateful for everyone’s love and support. Paul Thornton, a member of her family, said they are in terrible pain.

We will miss Megan terribly because she was such a shining example. Another of her coworkers, Ellie Bird, offered her condolences to everyone and in particular to her family at this difficult time. She consistently went above and above the call of duty and was kind, witty, gorgeous, intelligent, and dedicated to her exciting work.

Managing Director Andrew Clancy stated that the entire Coreus team was taken aback and added that he wished Megan knew how much we loved and admired her. We mourn the passing of the devoted daughter and sister of Paul, Jacqueline, and Sophie. We appreciate your understanding and compassion while we absorb this terrible occurrence because we are inconsolable. Meg was Coreus down to her very core.

“We hope we can carry on the legacy you built here, which has positively influenced our lives with Megan,” one of her coworkers said.

We are suffering. For every member of our workforce, this will be a difficult time. Please be patient with us as we adjust to life in Coreus without Megan, the company she had worked for asks on its LinkedIn page.

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