A GLASGOW school has paid tribute to a young pupil who died after taking what is believed to be ecstasy at a house party.

We previously reported how 16-year-old Chelsea Bruce died and two other teenagers were treated in hospital after the incident in Springburn.

The young girl fell ill in a flat on Fernbank Street in the early hours of July 7.

Emergency services raced to the scene at around 2.20am and it is understood they found the girl collapsed on the ground. 

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Medics tried to save her but she died shortly after arriving at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. 

Two other teenage boys, aged 16 and 18, also fell ill. They were released from hospital after treatment.

Chelsea’s family paid an emotional tribute previously. Now, her school, Springburn Academy, has also issued a touching message.

Glasgow Times:

On their social media page, staff said: “The school community send their thoughts and prayers to the friends and family of Chelsea Bruce who tragically passed away. Chelsea was a lovely, bright and compassionate young woman who had a promising future. Chelsea will be remembered for her kindnness by many. Rest in peace.”

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The father of another teenager who died after taking a form of ecstasy at T in the Park three years ago sent an emotional message to Chelsea’s family, we reported earlier.

Megan Bell’s dad Chris said: “Our family’s hearts go out to this poor girl’s family. We know what they are going through.”