A ‘popular’ teenager collapsed and died in a membership after taking ecstasy and cocaine, an inquest has heard.
Seb Costello, 18, was at Club Church, in Leeds, when he grew to become separated from his associates throughout the early hours of May 25.
The doorman later noticed him mendacity on his again and he was rushed to Leeds General Infirmary, the place he went into cardiac arrest and later died.
Forensic pathologist Michael Parsons informed the inquest that Seb’s explanation for loss of life was ‘MDMA and cocaine intoxication’.
The teenager’s dad and mom paid tribute to their ‘lovely, funny, and kind’ son, who they described as being ‘so popular amongst his many friends’.
Francine Costello had been woken within the night by her cellphone ringing and assumed it was Seb asking for a raise.
Once they heard what had occurred, she and husband Philip Costello rushed to the hospital however after they arrived they had been informed he had died.
They mentioned: ‘Seb made a mistake one night and paid the ultimate price. Our lives will never be the same without our beautiful boy.’
Seb, a trainee tax assistant with HMRC, had travelled to Leeds particularly for a ‘farewell party’ on the membership, which included a set with DJ Carl Cox.
His good friend Dan Gidley mentioned they arrived on the venue, which introduced it was closing earlier than Seb’s loss of life, round 11.30pm.
Seb was described as being sober and ‘fine’ as they entered the occasion, however later grew to become separated from his associates.
Mr Gidley then tried to ring the teenager when he left the membership however the cellphone was answered by a nurse, who refused to reveal any ‘sensitive information’ and requested if he had taken medication.
The membership’s doorman, Kevin Spurr, had acquired a radio name from a colleague stating that somebody had been faraway from the nightclub by way of a hearth exit at 4.30am.
When he arrived on the door, he discovered Seb mendacity on his again, though he was nonetheless aware and dancing to the music, he informed the inquest.
Mr Spurr acknowledged that he may inform the teenager was underneath the affect of medication.
An ambulance arrived quickly after and took Seb to hospital, however he suffered a cardiac arrest on arrival and died shortly earlier than 7am.
Recording her verdict, assistant coroner Sarah Watson mentioned: ‘The deceased was present in a collapsed place on May 25 at Club Church in Leeds.
‘He was taken to Leeds General Infirmary, where he subsequently died. My conclusion as to the cause is that it is a drug related death.’