A GIRL who leapt to her death from a bridge with a friend in an apparent suicide pact was "all laughter and chatting" on the day she died, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A GIRL who leapt to her death from a bridge with a friend in an apparent suicide pact was \"all laughter and chatting\" on the day she died, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
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Georgia Rowe’s aunt, Tanya Oliver, told the inquiry at Paisley Sheriff Court she felt “ecstatic” after visiting her that day at the residential unit where the girl was living as she felt the teenager had turned a corner.
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