The name of a teen who died after going to an event at a bar in Glasgow has been released by his old school.

Marcus Dick, who was 18 years old, was remembered by his high school as a “kind and thoughtful” student.

Marcus was one of two 18-year-old men who died after going to a rave at SWG3 on Eastvale Place on Saturday. He was from Coatbridge.

Around 11:20 p.m. on Saturday in the Constarry Road area of Croy, one teen started feeling sick and called the police.

The young man, who had been at the popular place, was rushed to University Hospital Monklands in Airdrie, but he could not be saved and was later declared dead.

Around 2:20 a.m. on Sunday, cops were called to SWG3 because another teen was feeling sick. He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, where a short time later he was declared dead.

Since then, the police have said that they think the deaths were caused by drugs.

Officers also said that the two men didn’t know each other and that there is no proof that their deaths are linked.

After the accident, the head teacher of Coatbridge High School, Christine Creaney, said, “On behalf of the whole school community, I want to send Marcus’s family our sincerest condolences at this very sad time.

“He was well-liked and had a lot of friends. He was also kind, thoughtful, and a valued member of our school community.”

“This news has broken our hearts, and our thoughts are with his friends and family. We will help our students through this tough time.”Both deaths are still being looked into.

Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow, Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, said, “Our thoughts are still with the families and friends of the two men who have died. So far, our investigations have shown that both of these guys, who didn’t know each other, went to the same event on Saturday night in the Eastvale Place neighborhood of Glasgow.

“However, investigations are still going on, and while both deaths are being looked into as drug-related at the moment, there is no proof that they are linked. We are determined to find out what happened and are working with the venue, colleagues in the NHS, and Public Health Scotland as our investigations continue to make sure that a partnership-based and public health-led approach is taken.

A representative for SWG3 said, “We are heartbroken by the news, and our deepest condolences go out to the families.” We will still help the cops with their investigations.”


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