Dover firebomb terror suspect died of asphyxiation at petrol station, inquest hears

The Dover firebomb terror suspect died of asphyxiation, an inquest has heard.

Andrew Leak, 66, from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, threw two to three homemade incendiary devices at the immigration processing centre at Western Jet Foil in Dover, Kent on October 30.

Leak was found dead eight minutes after the attack in the car park of a nearby BP petrol station.

The inquest into Leak’s death was opened on Tuesday morning at County Hall in Maidstone by coroner Bina Patel.