Gardaí in Dublin say they are currently waiting for the results of a post-mortem and toxicology tests which was carried out on 18-year-old student Ana Hicks who tragically died after she collapsed outside a nightclub in Dublin over the weekend.
Ms Hick from Dún Laoghaire sadly died in hospital on Sunday evening after she collapsed outside a city centre nightclub on Saturday night. It is understood that Ms Hick had been on a night out with friends at the Twisted Pepper nightclub on Middle Abbey Street, but she suddenly collapsed on the street at 3am on Saturday night. Ana was quickly rushed to the Mater Hospital but was sadly pronounced dead at 5.30pm on Sunday evening.
Gardaí at Store Street say they are currently investigating reports that Ms Hick may have taken two different kinds of ecstasy pills at the venue.
Although gardaí have insisted that whilst all illegal drugs are extremely toxic and dangerous they have no evidence of contaminated drugs are being sold on the streets. Meanwhile the Twisted Pepper has issued a statement offering their condolences to Ms Hick’s family and said they are fully co-operating with the authorities.