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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
A schoolgirl who died after a drinking session with friends had been inhaling aerosols, a court heard yesterday.
Naomi Thomson, 14, was said to be in a 'party mood' before she died, singing to karaoke music and jumping around.
That night, she had shared four large bottles of alcopop with her friend, Kayleigh Stewart, and another pal aged 12.
Fraserburgh women Amanda Williamson and Christine Stewart -- Kayleigh's mother -- are on trial at Peterhead Sheriff Court accused of allowing the three girls to drink alcohol. Both women deny the charges against them.
On day two of …