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A man has died after falling backwards down a chimney of a seven-storey property.
The 20-year-old is believed to have been sitting on the roof of the house in Great Cumberland Place, central London when the tragedy happened.
Police were called to the address shortly before 1am this morning and found the man's body in the basement of the building.
The man is yet to be formally identified but next of kin have been informed.
The death will now be referred to the Coroner.
Inspector Ian Bond of Westminster Police said: "Our thoughts are with the young man’s family at this sad time."
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Friends of an 18-year-old who died after suffering a cardiac arrest in Bexley have gathered together to lay flowers at the site he collapsed.
It is believed the teen took the legal high, nitrous oxide, commonly known as "laughing gas". Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips reports.
The abuse of Nitrous oxide - commonly known as laughing gas - has grown significantly over the past few years, with up to half a million people trying the drug per year.
Harry Shapiro from drugs charity Drugscope said it had become increasingly fashionable recently - meaning the dangers where not fully understood.
The euphoric feeling the ingestion of the drug gives occurs because the brain is deprived of oxygen, which can lead to sudden loss of blood pressure, fainting and in some cases heart attacks.
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