A widow has warned the public to be wary of their hose pipes after her 63-year-old husband died of Legionnaires’ disease believed to have been contracted through working in the garden.

Stephen Clements, a grandfather, inhaled toxic bacteria that had grown in stagnant water within the pipe. He died a week later at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on February 24.

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