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World British sisters 'found unconscious in bathroom' die in Pakistan

03:25  18 january  2020
03:25  18 january  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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Two British sisters have reportedly been found dead in the bathroom of a hotel in India. The girls, believed to be aged 17 and 25, 'mysteriously died' allegedly because of fumes from an exhaust They were reportedly found unconscious in the bathroom and rushed to hospital where they later died.

TWO Brit sisters have been found dead in a bathroom in Pakistan after flying to the country for their grandfather's funeral. A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We are in contact with the local authorities following the death of two British women in Gujrat, Pakistan , and have offered consular support to

a close up of a flag: The British sisters died in Gujrat, northeastern Pakistan © Getty The British sisters died in Gujrat, northeastern Pakistan

The women, aged 17 and 25, were visiting the country with their parents to honour their late grandfather, according to Pakistani media.

They were found unconscious in the bathroom of a property in the village of Mirpur, northeastern Pakistan, following a suspected gas leak, Dunya News reported.

The sisters were taken to hospital in a critical condition but died later, it said.

The cause of their deaths has not yet been confirmed.

The sisters were reportedly in Pakistan with their parents to observe the anniversary of their grandfather's death.

The Foreign Office confirmed two British women had died in Gujrat, Pakistan, and it was offering consular support to the family.

A Foreign Office spokeswoman told Sky News: "We are in contact with the local authorities following the death of two British women in Gujrat, Pakistan, and have offered consular support to the family."

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