20 June 2016: In a tragic incident three young school going girls aged between 12 years reportedly took the ecstasy pills which result in serious condition and hospitalised on Sunday in Manchester after taking the pills who are now in a stable condition, said the reports.
According to the source, these girls have taken the teddy tablets that was mixed up in the soft drinks and the girls are considered as the youngest to take the ecstasy pills that have led the girls to suffer dangerous illness after taking the social drugs, said the news agency.
The girls have been rushed to the hospitals where it is learned that two girls were seriously ill and one of them is under observation, as said by the Greater Manchester Police.
The police have arrested one man and woman on suspicion in connection with the serious crime and were held in custody for questioning, said the Greater Manchester police officials
In a similar incident, it is learned that a 17-year-old girl has died after taking the drug ‘teddy tablets’ and suffered an adverse reaction to the drug in Greater Manchester that led to the death of the girl, last month.
The police have also arrested two people in connection to the girl’s death after which they were granted bail.
Concerning to the teenager’s dead from nearby Liverpool, the police have alerted to a shopping precinct late on Saturday night after the reports of the three 12 years old girls have seriously fallen ill after taking the ecstasy social drug commonly known as “teddy tablets”.
The paramedic crews rushed these girls to the city hospital. Apart from that the police have launched an inquiry to establish who supplied the potentially lethal class-A drugs to the school going girls, said the police officials.
The police are investigating how these girl’s got hold of the tablets, said the officials.