Man dies at Creamfields dance music festival in Cheshire

  The Guardian 

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Nineteen-year-old is second teenager to die at festivals in England this weekend A 19-year-old man has died after falling ill at Creamfields dance music festival in Cheshire. Police said the teenager, from Warrington, was seen looking unwell by security staff at 12.15am on Saturday. He was assessed by a doctor on-site before being taken to Warrington District General hospital, where he later died.
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