Keith Flint, an English dancer, vocalist and motorcycle racer, died by hanging. At the time of his death, he had codeine, alcohol and cocaine in his system, an inquest has heard. The coroner, however, stated that there wasn't enough evidence that the death of the founding member of The Prodigy, an electronic dance act, was suicide. On 4 March, Flint, who is a figurehead of the nineties rave movement like “Breathe” and “Firestarter”, was found dead hanging at his home located in North End, Essex. He died at the age of 49. On 8 March, there was a short inquest hearing, where Coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray stated that she considered the cause of death to be suicide, but she recorded an open conclusion and stated that they won't find out what was really going on in Flint's mind at the time of his death. In her summary, Caroline made a statement saying that to record suicide, she must confirm that on the burden of proof, Keith Charles Flint formed the idea then took an intentional action, knowing very well it would lead to his death. he added that considering all the circumstances, he does not find that there was enough evidence to come to that conclusion. She continued saying that she did not find sufficient evidence to conclude the death of Flint was as an accident, where the singer may have been enjoying himself in a mischievous way and things went horribly wrong. She said that she had to conclude the matter an open conclusion, She explained that the reason why she would record an open conclusion is that they will never find out what exactly was going on in Flint's mind at the time of his death. He was very popular and many fans loved the star.