Girl, 15, arrested over Rose Farley's death

Rose Farley Rose Farley was attending a birthday party when she became unwell

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A 15-year-old girl has been arrested in connection with the death of a Liverpool teenager who died after becoming unwell at a party.

Police are awaiting toxicology test results on Rose Farley, 15, from West Derby, who died on 2 June.

Her funeral service was held on Thursday.

The girl in custody, from Kirkdale, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and possession of a controlled substance with intent to supply.

Rose was attending a birthday party at the Silvestrian Social Club in Vauxhall when she became ill. She died in Alder Hey Children's Hospital.

Two boys aged 17 and 16 were arrested on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs and then released on police bail.

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