Another person died at an Australian music festival.
A 19-year-old woman died in hospital after attending the FOMO music festival in western Sydney.
US superstar Nicki Minaj was the main act.  Police say the Central Coast teenager was taken from the Parramatta Park hospital at Westmead Hospital around 6pm on Saturday, and died Saturday evening. The circumstances of his death have been investigated and the police are appealing to anyone with information to come forward.
It is estimated that 11,387 attended FOMO, with agents seeking 146 people and found 54 with drugs.
Another 23 were expelled, mainly due to intoxication, while 28 people were refused entry, police said.
A series of deaths in Australian music festivals has led to a debate about whether or not to examine the impurities.
Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said he would consider the implementation of pill tests in the NSW if his government had proven to have saved lives.
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"If there was a way we could guarantee that lives were saved through the test of the pills, we would consider it, but there is no evidence given to the government," Ms Berejiklian told reporters.
The premier convened a group of festival security experts in September 2018 after the death of two people at the Defqon. 1 event in the western part of Sydney.
The panel was banned from examining the pill tests, but the premier at the beginning of the month said the government gave "free course" to experts in considering how to reduce the damage.
"We do not stop anyone looking at all options and we always say to them" You have the courage to give the government's advice on the best way, "said Ms. Berejiklian
.The government is implementing all group recommendations of experts, introducing harsher sanctions for the festival's drug dealers.
Ms Berejiklian insisted that the pill tests gave "a false sense of security" to addicts.
"I hear what some say but as premier, as a leader of the NSW, my job is to keep the community safe, "he said.