Elise Stolte and Laura Drake explain in the Edmonton Journal exactly what happened to a young lady at a party over the weekend:
An overdose of ecstasy Friday night shocked her small body so badly that her heart stopped beating in the middle of a West Edmonton Mall underage party.
As I've been trying to remind everyone, toxicology reports take 3-6 months in Alberta these days, but somehow the Edmonton Journal, in these hard times, is capable of staffing a newspaper with wizards who can perform remote precognitive autopsies. I just wonder how many more kids may have to die before someone other than me stops blurting out "overdose" and gets interested in the possibility of tainted or adulterated drugs in the local market.
[UPDATE: April 28: The Journal, to its credit, backs up and takes a more careful run at the issue today. Since I'm being criticized for being overpedantic here I will pass over the Zen koan about those "ecstasy tablets that contain no ecstasy whatsoever".]