A 16-year-old girl ‘paid the ultimate price’ after taking a cocktail of heroin, ecstasy and cocaine, an inquest heard. Sky Nicol died after taking ‘off the scale amounts’ of the drugs in Blackburn town centre.Drugs!
In a state of panic, East Lancashire coroner Michael Singleton heard the teenager’s friend held off ringing an ambulance for more than half an hour, after calling a second friend to come round and help.Incompetent youth!
Questioning the witness, the former Darwen Vale High School pupil’s mum, Susan Graham asked why there was a delay in calling the ambulance.
She said: “They killed her.
“The ambulance should have been called straight away.”Failure to recognise personal responsibility on the part of the deceased!
The mother of Sky’s friend said: “I had no concern at first for Sky’s state.
“She was laughing and acting normal.
“I was only alarmed when she was having a fit and I told my daughter to ring an ambulance.”
When questioned by Mrs Graham why she did not call the ambulance herself, she said: “I was not near the telephone my daughter was closer.”Laziness!
In the wake of Sky’s death, Lucy Hardwick, manager at Accrington charity Maundy Relief, said that young people need to be more aware of the risks they are taking.Pointless 'awareness' campaigns demanded!
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