The post mortem results of a teenager who died this week have come back inconclusiive.
17-year-old Esme Blore, from Stevington, died on Monday at Northampton General Hospital after she fell ill at Reading Festival and returned home early.
She was later taken to Northampton Hospital where she died on Monday.
Another girl also received hospital treatment, but has now been discharged,
A statement from Northamptonshire Police said: “The post mortem into the death of 17-year-old Esme Blore, who died in Northampton General Hospital on Monday after attending Reading Festival, has proved inconclusive.
“Further tests and toxicology reports will now be completed. These are expected to take a further four to six weeks.
“There has been further speculation about Esme’s death and the hospitalisation of one of her friends. We can confirm a second girl was receiving hospital treatment but has now been discharged.
“Northamptonshire and Thames Valley Police, the Royal Berkshire Hospital and Northampton General Hospital will continue to work together to establish the circumstances of Esme’s death.”
A Facebook group has been set up in memory of Esme with friends and family paying tribute.
One said: “Esme, what do I even say? I have so many nice memories from when we were younger, and was laughing at all the old photos earlier from when we were toddlers, and swimming lessons with our mums, and our first few birthdays together - it was a pleasure sharing all those things with you. Rest in peace, sending love from my family to yours, everyone is going to miss you so much xxxxx”
Another said: “Esme, To say that you’re going to missed really doesn’t come close to explaining how so many of us feel about you no longer being with us. Although our closest years are now behind us, the memories we have shared will always be in the present.”
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