A WOMAN claimed there was no truth in 'rumours' she and her boyfriend had argued the night he lost control of her car and crashed into the gable end of a cottage.
Michael Robert Meacham, 30, of Coedpoeth, died in the Walton hospital centre, Liverpool, of severe head injuries on February 19, nine days after the crash on the B5102 at Ffrwd, near Wrexham.
His family complied with his wishes to have his organs donated for transplant.
Hayley Christine Edwards, of Bryn Derw, Cefn-y-Bedd, had been his girlfriend for two months and in a statement to a Flint inquest said: 'I'm aware of rumours that we were arguing... that is totally untrue.
'Michael and I never had a cross word in our two-month relationship. In the Cross Foxes we were talking about going to Cyprus on holiday and taking both our children.'
The inquest heard how Mr Meacham, a roofer and plasterer, was driving Ms Edwards' Frontera 4X4 with her as front seat passenger and his friend Matthew Roberts, of Brymbo Road, Bwlchgwyn, in the rear seat.
All were wearing seat belts when Mr Meacham lost control and collided with the gable end of Glyndwr House, Ffrwd, home of the Rev Glyn Owen.
He was sitting watching TV when heheardaloudbangandthewallof his living room caved in.
He ran out and saw a vehicle had come through his front garden. In the 20 years he had lived there with his wife, Mr Owen said there had been 40 collisions at the same spot; 10 damaging his property.
Thomas Stockton, of Prince of Wales Court, Buckley, was returning from a darts match and, as a trained first-aider, stopped to help. He tried to clear the driver's airways until the paramedics arrived. He said the woman in the car shouted: 'Tell him I love him, don't let him die, tell him I didn't mean it.'
Stewart Lloyd, Mr Meacham's step father, of High Street, Coed-poeth, said Michael worked for APS of Flint. He had a daughter he worshipped from an earlier relationship. He was living at home with his parents while renovating a home at Heol Maelor.
Ms Edwards said the night they had gone out they had gone in her car but decided they would leave it near the pub. Her memory of the evening was hazy but she believed they would have drunk 'quite a bit'.
They met up with Michael's friend Matthew Roberts and all three were going into Wrexham, with Michael driving. Mr Roberts said he remembered his friend saying he was driving because he had not had much to drink.
North East Wales coroner John Hughes said it was unclear why the car was heading through Ffrwd if the party was going to Wrexham.
Mr Lloyd said doctors at Wrexham Maelor Hospital had told him Michael could not have drunk much because of the medical treatment they were giving him.
Police accident investigator James Nobbs said there was no fault with the vehicle. The critical speed for the bend was 59mph and the vehicle's speed was estimated between 33-41mph.
Mr Hughes, recording a verdict of accidental death, said it would never be known why Michael had lost control of the car.