A young woman, described as “kind and caring” has been killed in what appears to be a horror incident at a hotel.

Chloe Haynes, 21, was found in her room at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool where she appears to have been crushed by a wardrobe on September 10.

A police investigation is now underway, and her mum Nicola Williams, 49, has called on officials to find “every detail” of how her daughter “birdy” died.

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She had been at the hotel, owned by Britannia but run by her unnamed friend, for a night out in the city when a colleague she was staying with found the body.

Her mum, from Wrexham, told the Liverpool Echo: “Chloe left Pwllheli around 7.40pm and they went to the Adelphi, there was some sort of engagement party or something.

“By midnight, she had been drinking shots and so on and she was a bit drunk, so her friend has taken her back to the hotel to sleep it off, and then he's gone back out.

“It seems she has got up out of the bed confused, not knowing where she is, and she's opened the door of the wardrobe maybe thinking it is the toilet or the door to go back out of the room – it was a big, old, heavy wardrobe and it's fallen on her and crushed her windpipe.”

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Two men from another room heard her room-mate screaming for help and arrived to move the wardrobe from her, but she was already dead

The men were questioned by police, but released without charge.

The death has been ruled by Merseyside Police as accidental.

Miss Williams added: "She loved animals, she had a little dog called Archie she was obsessed with. There are so many photos of them together.

"My little nickname for her was birdy.

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“She was quiet, she was somebody who didn't speak unless it needed saying, but in the last 12 months she was coming out of her shell, she was gaining her confidence and she had a wide circle of friends.

“She was kind and caring and she seemed to connect with gay men, and that was how she met the friend she went to Liverpool with.”

A spokesman for Liverpool Council said: "We can confirm that we are carrying out a health and safety investigation into a death at the Adelphi Hotel on 10 September.”

The Daily Star has contacted owners Britannia Hotels for a comment.

The police investigation continues.

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