A GRAN killed her husband of 34 years by stabbing him through the coronary heart three days after Christmas, an inquest opening heard.
Paul Hanson, 54, died on December 28 after being knifed at his house in West Cowick, East Yorkshire.
The development website boss, a father and grandfather, was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary however died shortly afterwards.
His spouse Teresa Hanson, 54, is charged along with his homicide.
She appeared earlier than Hull Crown Courtroom earlier this month the place she was granted bail.
An inquest into Mr Hanson’s dying was opened and adjourned yesterday.
Relations current had been advised how a autopsy confirmed he died from a single stab would to the chest.
Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Burnett, of Humberside Police, added: “At 7.05pm on December 28 the ambulance service obtained a name from a feminine saying she wanted an ambulance.
“Crews turned up and CPR was commenced.
“The casualty had a single stab wound to his chest.
“He was transported to Hull Royal Infirmary however he was pronounced deceased later that night.
“An investigation was launched and a quantity of inquiries carried out. That’s nonetheless ongoing.
“There was the restoration of digital units, interviews with the suspect, different witnesses and house-to-house inquiries.”
Senior coroner Professor Paul Marks mentioned he couldn’t but launch Mr Hanson’s physique as the defence crew had requested a second autopsy on Monday.
Mrs Hanson, who turned 54 on New 12 months’s Day, appeared in a safe dock at Hull Crown Courtroom on January 3 having beforehand denied a cost of homicide.
The couple had been married for 34 years and footage have been printed of them sitting round a desk, accompanied by household considered grandchildren.
They had been apparently having fun with a Christmas dinner cooked by Mrs Hanson.
A provisional date for a five-day trial has been mounted for June 12.
Mrs Hanson was granted bail and has to reside along with her dad and mom in Rawcliffe Bridge, close to Goole.
She is on an electronically monitored curfew between 11pm and 6am and needed to give up her passport to the police.
Neighbours described Mr Hanson as a “doting dad and grandad” who would all the time cease for a chat.
Different residents described them as a “pretty couple”.
Adjourning the inquest, Prof Marks indicated there could also be no want to finish the inquest as the 4 questions a coroner must reply – specifically who died, the place, when and the way – would probably be addressed throughout the felony trial.