September 23, 2021, 19:40

    Woman found dead after music festival with pals calling her ‘the life of any party’

    Woman found dead after music festival with pals calling her ‘the life of any party’

    A reveller who was "the life of any party" has been found dead following a weekend music festival in Scotland.

    Tributes gave poured in for Kendall O'Neill with pals grieving following her suddent death, reports the Daily Record.

    The popular 27-year-old, from Glasgow, had been out dancing at the Braehead music festival at the weekend.

    She was described as "the life of any party" by friends who also said that she was "everybody’s pal".

    Heartbroken friends say they are hoping she is now "forever dancing in the sky".

    Her loved ones are asking people to look out for their friends and family because "life can be a rollercoaster behind closed doors".

    Tributes have poured in for Kendall O'Neill with people saying she was "everybody's pal"
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    Lynn Helen Mitchell said: “R.I.P Kendall O'Neill beautiful girl inside and out you will be sorely missed by many thoughts are with your nearest and dearest at this heart breaking time.”

    Another friend, Darryl Leishman, said “Rest in peace pal can't believe it gem of a lassie Kendall O'Neill.”

    There were many similar messages following the tragedy.

    Jonny Mclelland said: “Can’t believe it RIP Kendall O'Neill you were some lassie thoughts to family.”

    Anthony J Sinclair said: “Life is really really cruel at times! The 3 towns has lost one of the greatest.

    “Can’t believe the news I am hearing tonight. Was speakin to you on Saturday at Coloursfest.

    “You were one in a million.”

    Lauren Beattie said: “Absolutely devastated to hear the news tonight.

    “You were the life of every party, one of the boys one of the girls, everybody’s pal! It was an absolute pleasure Kendal.

    “Rest in peace ma lil pocket rocket.”

    Friends also pointed to problems that people may have which are not always noticeable on the surface.

    Rachael Todd said: “Life can be a rollercoaster behind doors, you can never know what's going on.

    “Check in with your friends and remind them of how amazing they are.

    “Kendall O'Neill you lit up any room you walked into and you’ll be sadly missed.

    “Shine bright.”

    Demi-Lee McGee said:”I love you more than you’ll ever know my crazy girl.

    “My heart is beyond broken.

    “Forever my dancing partner and now you are forever dancing in the sky, rest in paradise K, I’ll see you soon.”

    Police Scotland have been contacted for comment.

    If you're struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email jo@samaritans.org or visit their site to find your local branch.

    Sourse: mirror.co.uk

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