A teenage girl who turned to huffing aerosols while battling anxiety was found dead on her bedroom floor after a suspected heart attack.
Assistant school principal Anne Ryan found her 16-year-old daughter Brooke dead in their home in Broken Hill, in far western NSW, on February 3.
Brooke, a gifted athlete and bright student, was lying face down with a can of deodorant and a tea towel beneath her.
Brooke Ryan (pictured) was found dead, lying face down with a can of deodorant and a tea towel beneath her
She had been been sniffing aerosols, which is also known as ‘chroming’, ‘huffing’ or inhalant abuse.
Her grieving mum has spoken out on Mother’s Day about the ‘nightmare’ she endured since finding her daughter’s body.
Ms Ryan had no idea her daughter was abusing inhalants, and…
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