A TEACHER who died after falling from the top of the Bournemouth International Centre car park in May has been named.

Pedro Miguel De Almeida Neves Lopes Gil, who was 50, had been seen sitting at the top of the building with his legs dangling over.

Police and paramedics were called shortly before 6.55am on Monday, May 29.

However, Mr Gil, who lived in St Michaels Road in Bournemouth with his wife, then fell from the car park.

He was taken to Poole Hospital with life-threatening injuries but pronounced dead on arrival.

At the opening of an inquest in Bournemouth on Wednesday, Dorset coroner Rachael Griffin heard the cause of Mr Gil's death has been recorded as multiple injuries.

Samples of blood have been retained for toxicology analysis, it was said.

The inquest was adjourned until October 16.