Shiwangi Bagoan Biography — Wiki
Shiwangi Bagoan is an NHS hospital worker who killed herself and her two-year-old daughter with drugs she had taken from work, a court has heard. Bagoan and Ziana Bagoan, 2, were found dead at their home in Old Meadow Lane, Hounslow, west London on December 14.
The toddler’s grandmother Jassumati Lalu found the pair with cannulas – medical tubes used to administer medication into veins – in their arms in Shiwangi’s bedroom in the flat shortly after 4 pm that day.
Shiwangi Bagoan Age
Shiwangi Bagoan is 25 years old.
Shiwangi Bagoan killed herself and her daughter by injecting with drugs
At a hearing held remotely from West London Coroner’s Court on Monday, coroner Lydia Brown said: ‘Although we do not have full post mortem confirmation yet, the precise medical cause of death has not yet been ascertained, it appears that both the child and the mother had been injected with drugs potentially taken from the mother’s place of work.
‘There was a cannula in situ in both arms of the two deceased.’
Police are investigating the deaths but have said they do not believe anyone else was involved.
This is awful. This is Shiwangi Bagoan, 25, and her two-year-old daughter Ziana. They were found dead at their home in Hounslow, west London, on Monday. The @metpoliceuk say they are NOT looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation. Read into that what you will. pic.twitter.com/l8Xa1VoUi9
— Total Crime (@totalcrime) December 16, 2020
What we know so far
Shiwangi Bagoan worked as an anesthetist’s assistant for University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The Trust had described the mother as a ‘highly valued member of our team’ who will be ‘missed by her colleagues.’
Police released a picture of the two-year-old girl and her NHS worker mother after they were found dead in their Hounslow flat on Monday.
Shiwangi Bagoan’s friend told MailOnline that the mother was a ‘lovely lady’ who ‘doted on little Zia’, with others saying she had bought bicycles for them both last week.
After the discovery last week, the friend added: ‘I only saw her last week and she seemed fine. Shiwangi lived with her mother and her daughter. She didn’t have a partner as far as I’m aware. ‘She doted on little Zia. She was a lovely lady, a good friend of mine and I’m just devastated. I cannot believe she would hurt Zia nor take her own life.’
The inquests were adjourned until a date to be fixed.