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Woman Dies Following Stone Roses Concert

A woman has died following a fall while at a Stone Roses concert in Glasgow over the weekend.

The woman, 24, was among a 50,000 strong audience at the concert in Glasgow Green on Saturday night.

The circumstances surrounding the woman's death are not yet clear, and police are awaiting results of a post-mortem examination. It is understood that she was treated at the venue before being transferred to Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

Some 24 arrests were made during and after the concert alongside a number of fixed penalty notices.

The Manchester band were joined by Primal Scream, The View and Jake Bugg.


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