Tributes pour in for students who died in Amsterdam
They’ve been named as Shaun Brotherston and Bradley Price
Heart-breaking tributes have been flooding for the two students who died after taking white heroin in Amsterdam.
Shaun Brotherston, a third year Marjon student, and Bradley Price were found dead in their hotel room on Tuesday after allegedly snorting white heroin, believing it to be cocaine.
Friends of the boys are “devastated” by the loss.
One friend said: “Looking back and you’re part of all the best memories, none of our lives would have been the same without you boys and I can’t imagine life without you now.
“Heart-breaking to think we’ll never be able to see you again.
“R.I.P lads, you’ll always be loved.”
Another wrote: “R.I.P Shaun Brotherston. I didn’t know you very long, you were a great lad and a brilliant footballer.
“I know all the lads at Plymouth Falcons will miss you. Rest in peace buddy.”
One simply read: “We will never ever forget you boys no matter what.”
Their families now have to find £9,000 to fly their bodies home. You can help them by donating here.
Deepest condolences to all of their friends and families.