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Tributes to Josh Clark after death in Bramcote

Josh Clark Image copyright Police handout
Image caption The teenager died in hospital after being found at a house in Bramcote

A 13-year-old boy found dying at a house has left a "void that will never be filled", his family have said.

Josh Clark died in hospital after police were called to the address in Sloan Drive, Bramcote, Nottinghamshire, just before 01:00 GMT on Monday.

His mother, Samantha Annabelle said she is "devastated" at the loss of her "precious" son.

A 36-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of supplying a controlled drug has been released on bail.

Image caption Floral tributes and photos of Josh have been left near his home

A 14-year-old boy, who also visited the Bramcote property on Monday, remains in hospital in a stable condition.

Ms Annabelle, said: "Josh was my precious and youngest son. We all loved him so dearly and his loss will be felt by all of his family and friends.

"He was a young boy with his whole life ahead of him. As a family we are all totally devastated.

"He was a very loving young boy who filled our hearts with happiness and his passing leaves us all with the biggest void that will never be filled."

Image caption Police sealed off the house and conducted a search after the boys were found

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