Albina Yevko Wiki – Bio
Albina Yevko, 14, died in hospital after emergency services found her unconscious on a Dawlish beach after her mother reported her missing.
At the opening of the inquest today, Coroner Alison Longhorn said Albina had been first reported missing by her mother Inna della, prompting an extensive search. She was found on the beach and airlifted to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, where she received extended care, but she was later pronounced dead. Ms. Longhorn, the coroner for the Exeter and Greater Devon area, said: “I am unable to proceed with a full inquest today as the evidence clearly remains outstanding.” That evidence will be collected and collated by my coroner’s office and will include a final post-mortem examination report. A preliminary cause of death has been given as multiple injuries.”
Albina Yevko was 14 years old.
Albina Yevko – Ukrainian teenager in Dawlish died of multiple injuries
Police previously said that a CCTV trace, an autopsy, and a check of Albina’s phone showed there was “no third-party involvement” in her death. Detective Inspector Becky Davies said: “Following police investigations carried out throughout the Dawlish area, including CCTV networks, a search of Albina’s phone, and a forensic autopsy; Investigating officers can confirm that there was no third-party involvement and that Albina Yevko’s death is not suspicious. Our research shows that Albina has settled in very well in the UK since she moved from Ukraine and has enjoyed living by the sea and being part of a new family.
She “had made good friends both Ukrainian and English in the UK, she enjoyed school and was very well received by the local community. We have informed Albina’s family of our findings and ask that she respect her privacy at such a difficult time. The role of the police is to continue to collect information on this matter and send a file to the coroner, who will conduct an inquest into this death in due time.
‘We would like to thank everyone who has helped us with our investigation into this matter. Our thoughts are with everyone who knew Albina at this tragic time. Albina moved to the UK in May last year after the Russian invasion, and she was settling into a new life and attending the local secondary school. Paying an earlier tribute along with the release of a photo of her daughter, Inna said: “My family and I are devastated to have lost our beautiful Albina.” Nothing can ever replace her in our hearts. “We ask that our privacy be respected at this incredibly painful time.”