Date PostedJuly 28, 2017

Teen Dead after Birthday Drinking Game

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Source: Abc.net.au

An inquest into the death of teenager Nicole Emily Bicknell, has revealed that she had a blood alcohol reading of 0.319 per cent when she died.

The teen had just turned 18 and was celebrating by drinking with her friends and family at a BBQ.

The young woman consumed melon flavoured liqueur, premixed vodka drinks and a 95 per cent Polish spirit in November 2014, which led to her death.

It is hoped the inquest will highlight to the public the dangers of drinking games.

Find out more http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/wa-teen-died-after-birthday-binge-drinking-game-20170523-gwb1m1.html

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