Girl, 18, found dead hours after texting mum to say she was safe after night out

Pals have paid tribute to a big Liverpool Fan who mysteriously died after a night on Valentine’s Day.

Sinead Maguire, 18, from County Louth, Ireland was found dead by a friend after suffering a massive heart attack in her sleep.

Her grieving mum Sharon Curran told the Liverpool Echo how her daughter’s last text was a 4:30am message saying she was home safe.

She wept: “She had texted us at 4.30 am to say she was back okay.

“Then we got a phone call about 10.30am from her friend to say she wasn’t breathing.”

Paramedics said her daughter was “in full cardiac arrest” and they were unable to get “any heart activity”.

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Sharon added: “The hospital told us she had died of a massive heart attack.

“They have already done tests on her to say that it wasn’t drugs or anything like that.

“They don’t know if she had a congenital heart defect.”

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When asked about her daughter, Sharon said: “She loved music and she loved going to concerts.

“She had so many tickets. She was due to see Harry Styles and the 1975.”

Pal Jamie Bell, 20, said: “I met her three years ago at a concert, ever since then we were inseparable.

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“She was that person in the room who made everyone laugh – she never let anybody be sad.

“And she was passionate about so many things – music, TV shows, and her dog.

“She loved Liverpool Football Club. If she had any plans then she would change them to work around the [Liverpool] game. That’s what we really bonded over at first.”

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Jamie is now trying to get in touch with Liverpool FC to see if they can pay tribute to Sinead before their next home game.

He added: “Whenever she was over in Liverpool she would go to Anfield. Anfield was her second home – the happiest place she’s ever been.

“A home away from home.”

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