AN inquest into the sudden death of a Trowbridge man is set to resume later this month in Salisbury.

David Lee Bond, aged 48, died on Friday, November 19 last year when he stepped in front of a train.

The collision occurred on the railway tracks between Yarnbrook and the White Horse foot crossing in Trowbridge.

The opening inquest at Salisbury on November 30 was told Mr Bond, who was unemployed, did not attempt to avoid the inevitable collision.

He was confirmed dead by paramedics at 10.59pm on November 19 and was identified by his fingerprints. The cause of death was multiple injuries.

The Wiltshire and Swindon senior coroner David Ridley is set to resume the inquest into his death on Tuesday, June 21 in Salisbury.

Mr Bond was the son of Margaret and Paul and brother to Andrew.

His funeral service was held at the West Wiltshire Crematorium in Semington on Monday, December 20.