First Picture of Girl who Died at Portsmouth Mutiny after Taking drugs

first picture of girl who died at portsmouth mutiny after taking drugs

First Picture of the Girl named as Georgia Jones from Purbrook. The former Purbrook park pupil was working as a support worker for Dolphin Homes. Georgia died at Mutiny after taking two pills at Mutiny, the Pills caused her temperate to rise and she went into a fit. This caused her muscles to break down and turned her blood acidic. He heart became irregular and stopped numberous time. Her lungs filled with blood and fluid. Her family made the decision to turn off the life support machine. Georgia family have paid tribute to her saying she was full of life I just hope that this stops at least some of else from ending up like this and putting an other family through the pain that we are going through.

Two people have died as a result of taking drugs at the this year mutiny festival in Portsmouth, we can reveal. Two people were taken ill despite efforts by paramedics to save their lives a 18 year old girl and 20 year man from West Leigh have died.

The pair were found unconscious at the festival site at in Portsmouth this evening on site medic attempted to perform CPR.

“The deaths are not being treated as suspicious but investigations are ongoing on behalf of the coroner. A Police source said.

“Officers continue to work closely with Mutiny organisers, and witnesses and friends who were at the event are being supported.

“Next of kin have been informed.” Hampshire Police have said : At 7.10pm on Saturday 26 May, we were informed that an 18-year-old woman had fallen ill at the festival site in King George V Playing Fields, Cosham.
The woman was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital where she later died.
At 7.30pm, a 20-year-old man was found collapsed at the festival site. He was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital where he later died.
Next-of-kin for both the woman and the man have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.
The deaths are being treated as separate incidents at this stage. They are not being treated as suspicious but enquiries are being made to determine the circumstances of what happened in each case.
Officers continue to work closely with the organisers of Mutiny Festival and we would urge anyone with information to call us on 101.