UK News Briton, 19, dies after being 'pulled from pool' in Ibiza

05:00  09 july  2018
05:00  09 july  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

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The 19 -year-old died in the early hours of Sunday in San Josep, and Spanish police are investigating his death. 21:40, UK, Sunday 08 July 2018. A British teenager has died in Ibiza after being pulled from a swimming pool , according to local media reports.

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The British teenager died in Sant Josep, Ibiza. File pic © Getty The British teenager died in Sant Josep, Ibiza. File pic

A British teenager has died in Ibiza after being pulled from a swimming pool, according to local media reports.

Emergency services were called to a rental villa in Sant Josep in the southwest of the island just after 3am on Sunday.

They carried out CPR on the 19-year-old boy, but according to local media he could not be saved.

A post-mortem is reportedly under way to determine if the teenager was intoxicated.

A Foreign Office spokesman said: "We are providing assistance to the family of a British man who died on 8 July in Ibiza, and are in contact with the Spanish authorities."

On Friday, a 26-year-old British man was admitted to hospital after nearly drowning in an Ibiza hotel pool.

A hospital spokesman said the man is in critical condition and the incident was at the Paseo Joan Carles I de Vila.

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