An inquest into the death of a woman who fell 10 storeys down a laundry chute at a Regina hotel heard she had high levels of drugs and alcohol in her system, but was likely not incapacitated.
A toxicology expert testified Wednesday because the woman was a long-time drug user and had a high tolerance, she would have been capable of climbing into the laundry chute on her own.
The 29-year-old died in hospital after she was found at the bottom of the chute in January 2015.
Her death was ultimately ruled accidental, but her family does not believe she could have gotten into the small chute on her own.
A jury will be getting to work Thursday on possible recommendations it will make following the inquest