Mutiny inquests: Sister and friend tell inquest what happened after teenager took ecstasy

Friends and family who saw a teenager after she had taken fatal ecstasy tablets at a festival have told an inquest what they saw.Â

Monday, 12th November 2018, 5:35 pm
Updated Monday, 12th November 2018, 6:46 pm
Georgia Jones

Today the inquest resumed into the death of Georgia Jones, 18, who died at the Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth in May this year.

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Miss Jones' sister, Danielle, said she saw her early in the afternoon at the festival and realised she was under the effects of drugs.

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Georgia Jones

She said: '˜She just walked up to me, she was gurning, I said 'What have you taken?' and I said 'Go and sort yourself out'.'

Friend Chloe Edwards who saw her collapse said: '˜She was lying on the floor and she was fitting, I shouted 'Get a paramedic, get a paramedic' but no-one was coming, it felt like it was taking too long.'

There will be a separate inquest later this week into the death of Tommy Cowan, 20, who also died at the festival. 

The inquest into Miss Jones' death continues tomorrow.