A mother from Hampshire has shared heartbreaking details about her daughter's death after taking pills at the Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth.
Earlier, police confirmed that an 18 year old woman and a 20 year old man had died on Saturday.
Although Hampshire Police said the deaths were 'unconnected and not suspicious', festival organisers put out warnings about an extra strong batch of drugs.
Today, a woman posted a message on Facebook confirming her daughter, from Hampshire, was one of those who had died. Although she has been named on other outlets, we have chosen not to identify her as she has not been formally identified by police.
In the message, she gives stark detail about her daughter's final moments, as a warning to others not to take drugs.
Earlier today, festival organisers confirmed they were cancelling the rest of the event, which was to be headlined by Craig David and Sean Paul, after warning of a "dangerous high strength or bad batch substance on site".
Two others remain in hospital and 15 people also needed treatment.
A Queen Alexandra Hospital spokesman said some of the people treated presented with "drug-related" symptoms. It could not confirm if all 15 illnesses were related to drugs.