A female festival-goer has died at a music event in Hampshire. It's the third death at the Boomtown Fair in four years. Organisers say they're working with police and have defended the safety record of the event.
Boomtown is held at the Matterley Bowl near Winchester. This was its fifth year, attended by 38,000 people. In 2011, a 45-year-old woman died on site, after taking Ecstasy. Last year, an 18-year-old girl died after taking the horse tranquilliser Ketamine. On Saturday, a 31-year-old woman was found by a toilet block. She died later, although the cause of death is still not known. Sarah Cooper speaks to Adrian Coombs, a spokesperson for the event, in her report.
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