Tragic teenager Zoe Bremner who died in a suspected drug overdose at a Glasgow house party should have been turning 15 today.
“Gorgeous and fun loving” Zoe was pronounced dead at the scene after attending the house party in Cowcaddens on Saturday night with friends.
Devastated friends and family of Zoe have been taking to social media to pay tribute to the party loving teen saying she had a “smile that could lighten up any room” and was the girl that “everyone looked up to and wanted to be”.
Two of the popular schoolgirls friends, a 15-year-old girl and 15-year-old boy, also took unwell at the party and are still being treated in hospital this morning.
All three of the teenagers were rushed to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital just after midnight on Saturday but Zoe, from Drumchapel, is thought to have been already dead.
Talented dancer Zoe’s death has sparked fears of another batch of toxic drugs flooding Glasgow’s streets like in 2013/14 when four teenagers in the west of Scotland died after taking a rogue batch of ecstasy tablets imported from Belfast.
Should more be done to regulate certain drugs or even more education given to young teenagers to warn them the dangers of taking illegal drugs ?
What could be done to avoid similar deaths like this in the future and the loss of such a popular and talented young person ?