Teens jumped to death holding hands

TWO teenage girls leapt more than 100ft to their deaths at a notorious suicide spot while holding hands, it emerged today.

TWO teenage girls leapt more than 100ft to their deaths at a notorious suicide spot while holding hands, it emerged today.

The pair, aged 14 and 15, jumped together from the Erskine Bridge, near Glasgow, last night. They were reportedly holding hands as they fell to their deaths in the River Clyde.

The girls were resident pupils at the Good Shepherd Centre in nearby Bishopton, Renfrewshire.

The unit cares for young people referred to the centre by local authority educational and psychological services, social work departments and children's hearings.


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