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Girl, 15, Dies After Taking 'Legal High' In Bakers Park, Newton Abbot
17 July 2017, 03:44 | Terri Saunders
Girl, 15, dies after adverse reaction to drug
A PUBLIC park in Newton Abbot remains sealed off this morning following the tragic death of a teenager.
The Government this month unveiled a new strategy to target psychoactive substances, which were formerly known as "legal highs" before a blanket UK-wide ban came into force in May past year.
Two other girls believed to have taken the same substance were also taken to hospital over the weekend as a precaution, but have since been released.
The schoolgirl was found unconscious in a park in Newton Abbot, Devon, in the early hours of Saturday. Sadly, the girl later died at hospital. Her next of kin were informed and police are continuing supporting the family who reside out of Devon and Cornwall.
Officers posted a scene guard at Bakers Park as they carried out enquiries.
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A 15-year-old girl has died after suffering an adverse reaction to a suspected legal high, police said. But so far, no one has been willing to share this information with us.
The two other girls, who have now left hospital, were checked out because police believed they "may have ingested the same illegal substances", Det Supt Ken Lamont told Sky News.
"The law changed in May 2016, they are no longer "legal highs". That is why this is a criminal investigation.
"Time and time again we hear of people paying the ultimate price for this".
'They're not legal. They're illegal, they're very, very risky, probably more unsafe than traditional drugs. "I urge anyone considering taking NPS to think twice and reconsider".
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