No trace of the killer Ecstasy ecstasy, either of two drugs used for their euphoric effects. The original ecstasy, a so-called designer drug, also known as MDMA, is an analog of methamphetamine (see amphetamine). drug was found in the three schoolboys who fell ill at a party, the Record can reveal.
Last night a senior police officer said: "Naturally we are heartened by this news.
"But the message is quite clear - dabbling in any kind of drugs is dicing dicing Trauma surgery Multiple 0.5-1.0 cm, cube-like lacerations of the skin seen in MVA victims who strike shattered tempered glass car windows with death."
The three Largs Coordinates: Largs (grid reference NS203592) is a burgh on the Firth of Clyde in North Ayrshire, Scotland, about 33 miles (53 km) from Glasgow.
It is a popular seaside resort with a pier. Academy pupils aged 16, 14 and 13, ended up in hospital.
They were all thought to have swallowed Ecstasy at a party in the town on Sunday Sunday: see Sabbath; week. .
After exhaustive tests to find out what pills had been taken, the boys were released from Greenock's Inverclyde hospital on Tuesday.
A police source told the Record : "It's still a mystery as to what tablets they did take."
The spokesman added an inquiry was still underway.