Six deaths at Future Music Festival Asia actually caused by heatstroke


Crowded gig: Future Music Festival Asia 2014 kicking off the first day at Stadium Bukit Jalil.

KUALA LUMPUR: For more than a year, everyone had been made to believe that the deaths of six people at the Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA) 2014 were due to drug overdose.

But post-mortem results issued two months after the deaths showed the cause to be heatstroke, with drugs playing a negligible role.

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