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The devastated family of a Co Tyrone woman who died from a suspected overdose has urged young people to stay away from drugs. A my Reid's body was discovered during a house party on Friday morning in the village of Coagh. Family and friends of the year-old will today bury the popular woman just days before she was to celebrate her birthday.
Her sister Lucy said she "couldn't take" the news of her death as many of her family and friends paid tribute to "the most kind-hearted" woman. Cookstown priest Fr Gerard Tremer said that what started out as a party had now ended in a funeral. Enter address This field is required Up. It's going to be her birthday on Sunday, she would have been But now they have to bury her. What started off as a party now ends up as a funeral. Three people who were with Amy - two men, aged 26 and 39, and a year-old woman - were arrested and later released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Friends and family of the popular woman, from Coolnafranky Park in Cookstown, will gather for her funeral at the Holy Trinity Church in the town. Her Facebook was flooded with tributes, with Lucy saying: "Can't take it. Not real, she needs to come back. Amy's devastated godmother Louise Cassidy said: "Feel so sad.
May she shine bright around us forever. Our very own diamond in the sky. Best friend Rebecca McGarvey wrote: "We have lost the most kind-hearted girl I know on the planet who would do anything for anyone, can't even come to terms with this.
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