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Tragic death closes Newton Abbot Park

Tragic death closes Newton Abbot Park

'Police now believe that the 15-year-old girl who died had taken a new psychoactive substance, more commonly referred to as "legal highs", and had suffered an adverse reaction, ' a Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman said.

The tragic teenager, named locally as Leah Kerry from Torquay, suffered an adverse reaction after allegedly taking an unknown substance at the local beauty spot over the weekend.

Police confirmed the teenager died in hospital after suffering an adverse reaction to a "new psychoactive substance". He has been remanded in custody to appear before Plymouth Magistrates this morning (Monday 17 July).

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One friend paid tribute to the teenager on Facebook, saying: 'Rip Leah. I love you so so much handsome.

Police now believe that both girls had taken a new psychoactive substance, more commonly referred to as "legal highs", and had suffered adverse reaction.

The Newton Abbot-based man is accused of two counts of possession with intent to supply a controlled drug of class A (MDMA) and one count of supply a controlled drug of Class B (cannabis).

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Detective Superintendent Ken Lamont has issued a warning about the use of so-called legal highs.

A 15-year-old girl has died after taking what what is believed to be a legal high.

He said of the drugs: 'They're not legal. People do not know what it is in them.

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'Equally we are confident the community will know who supplied these drugs and we would appeal for them, maybe the youngsters who were there or parents of the youngsters. "And whatever the brand name or substance, it is just very unsafe to take them".