Graham Montgomery said she had been a "very vivid" pupil.
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An year-old man arrested on suspicion of supplying a Class B drug has been released on police bail. Later on Saturday, at aboutemergency services were called to a man on the Coach Road Estate in Washington who had suffered a cardiac arrest after reportedly taking MDMA, police said.
Related Topics. Police said it was "believed ketamine had been present at the address".
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Send your story ideas to northeastandcumbria bbc. He added: "What we must remember is illegal drugs are never safe and so that message is incredibly important. Newcastle University said its students had been in the city for less than 48 hours when they died. A spokesperson for Newcastle University said: "We are shocked and saddened to learn of the death of one of our students and our welfare teams are offering support to those affected.
Mature personal ads year-old women and a year-old man died in Newcastle, and another man, who was also 18, died in Washington, Northumbria Police said.
Ten people have been arrested and released on bail as inquiries continue. She was one of four people to die in suspected drugs-related incidents in the north east of England over the weekend.
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newcastel Police said ketamine and MDMA were "suspected to have been a factor in the deaths of the students. Ch Insp Steve Wykes said it was "too early" to say whether a "bad batch of drugs" was involved.
He died in hospital. On Sunday, at aboutpolice were called to Newcastle's Melbourne Street when a year-old Northumbria University student became ill. Then just after on Sunday, another year old female nwcastle was found dead at the same student building where Ms Larmour had died the day. It is believed he had taken MDMA.