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British teen died in 'remote rainforest area in Colombia'

A British teenager has died in a remote rainforest area of Colombia after reportedly taking drugs during a tribal ritual.

Henry Miller, 19, was with other tourists when he took Yage, which brings on vivid hallucinations and supposedly spiritual experiences, in the remote town of Mocoa in the Putumayo region, The Daily Mail reports.

The teenager was reportedly in the remote town of Mocoa in the Putumayo region. Credit: Google Maps

A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We are aware of the death of a British national on 23 April in Colombia. We are providing consular assistance to the family at this difficult time.”

Bristol teen dies after taking tribal drug

Mr MIller was in a remote rainforest area of Columbia Credit: Mika Schmidt/DPA/Press Association Images

A teenager from Bristol is reported to have died in South America after taking hallucinogenic drugs during a tribal ritual.

Henry Miller, 19, from Bristol, was in a remote rainforest area of Colombia with other tourists when he took the drug with a local tribe.

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Jamie McDonald and his kit, 5000 miles later

Jamie McDonald, still smiling. Credit: ITV News/Jonty Messer
This stroller has just been pushed across Canada by Jamie McDonald from Glos. He's finally back home after his epic 5000-mile journey. Credit: ITV News/Jonty Messer
One of 13 pairs if running shoes Jamie got through. He only had to buy 5 pairs as the Canadians donated the rest. Credit: ITV News/Jonty Messer

Gloucester runner congratulated by Prince Harry

The letter said "His Royal Highness was very impressed with your appetite for pain." Credit: Jamie McDonald

A fundraiser from Gloucester who ran the length of Canada to raise money for charity has been sent a letter on behalf of Prince Harry.

Jamie McDonald arrives home after his 5000 mile run today. The letter said "His Royal Highness was very impressed with your appetite for pain."

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Homecoming welcome for Jamie McDonald

Jamie McDonald is back in Gloucester today Credit: Jamie McDonald

Gloucester fundraiser Jamie McDonald will be welcomed back to the city later after his epic run across Canada. He started his five thousand mile run back in March, the first person to do it unaided.

He's due to visit the hospital that's benefited from his achievement and then everyone is invited to join him - in superhero costume - at 6 pm in King's Square for a final run to the Cathedral.

Jamie completes his trans-Canada run

Jamie McDonald has reached journey's end Credit: Jamie McDonald

A Gloucester man, who has been described as a real life Forrest Gump, has finally stopped running after travelling more than five thousand miles. Jamie McDonald has run from one coast of Canada to the other.

His epic journey, which began in March last year, ended in Vancouver late last night. He's thought to have raised more than £100,000 for hospitals in the UK and Canada.

PICTURES: Jamie finishes his Canada challenge

Gloucester fundraiser Jamie McDonald has finished his latest challenge - a coast-to-coast run across Canada.

He has tweeted pictures from the finish:

The end in sight - after more than 5,000 miles of running Credit: Jamie McDonald
A huge welcome party greets Jamie at the finish in Vancouver Credit: Jamie McDonald
Jamie in front of the press pack Credit: Jamie McDonald
Jamie's dad thanks Canada for looking after his son - who set off on his marathon challenge last March Credit: Jamie McDonald
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