A ‘LOVING and bubbly’ schoolgirl was found dead near an area of derelict buildings after she vanished from home.
Tragic teen Seesha Dack, 15, was found dead after she disappeared near the Fish Quay in North Shields where she met her friends in September 2020.
Seesha’s body was found near Tanners Bank two days after her disappearanceCredit: NNP
The 15-year-old vanished from Fish Quay in North Shields after meeting her friendsCredit: NNP
Authorities searched the area but it was the girl’s friends who found her bodyCredit: PA
The teenager had not been seen for two days with police launching a massive investigation to locate her at the time.
Seesha’s body was eventually found near Tanners Bank, two days after she went missing.
And now two years after the tragedy, an inquest into her death heard how the teen was tragically found by friends, reports Chronicle Live.
The inquest was held in Newcastle on Wednesday.
Senior Coroner Karen Dilks said: “Seesha Dack was 15 years old with a history of dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The coroner continued: “On the 30 th August 2020, on the area of the Fish Quay in North Tyneside, she, while under the influence of alcohol, ran away from her friends suddenly and unexpectedly.
“She died due to her own actions while suffering from ADHD and while under the influence of alcohol.”
Seesha’s heartbroken family had released a statement at the time paying tribute to their “loving, funny, bubbly and humble girl.”
The statement read: “We are beyond devastated by the loss of our daughter and sister Seesha.
“Seesha was a loving, funny, bubbly and humble girl with a smile that could light up any room.
“Her personality was precious and can never be replaced. She always went out of her way for other people, even going so far as to take food from home to give to a homeless man that she saw regularly.
“Even though it wasn’t the news that we were hoping for, we would like to thank everyone from the community and beyond for all their help while we were looking for her.”