Ecstasy drug warning after deaths

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The deaths of two young men who died after taking ecstasy tablets have prompted police officers to warn recreational users to avoid the drug.

There have been claims that the tablets Lee Dunnachie and Steven Kelly swallowed were six times stronger that normal ecstasy tablets.

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