ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The days and hours leading up to a 14-year-old girl's death are becoming clear.
Hannah Bruch, who died last month at an all-ages party at the fairgrounds, had been experimenting with drugs, her family and friends say.
Today, News 13 received the full report from the New Mexico State Police.
Amid the lights and music blaring from Expo New Mexico on the night of Aug. 10, was Bruch of Santa Fe. It would be the last night the teen would live.
In a New Mexico State Police report spanning more than 130 pages, we're learning more about her death Thursday night.
Bruch, along with three friends from Santa Fe, arrived at the fairgrounds around 8:30 p.m. that night.
The report says before the girls went in they all took a stronger form of ecstasy called “molly.” Bruch took three times more than the others, saying she paid $100 for the drugs so she should get more of it.
Bruch also had a fake ID because the event was advertised for ages 16 and up. Security did not check IDs, though. Event organizers and Expo New Mexico would later say 16 was just the recommended age.
When security found Bruch sick inside at 10:15 p.m., guards say she couldn't walk on her own, had trouble speaking and her eyes were rolling up.
She admitted she'd taken way too much ecstasy.
Security got her water and took her to a medical station, where her heart was beating like crazy, more than 200 beats per minute.
EMTs put her in an ambulance at 11:01 p.m., 45 minutes after security found her.
Bruch's friends went to the hospital first and waited 20 minutes for her to arrive.
Bruch would die later that night at the hospital before they could see her again.
Police immediately started an investigation and later got Bruch's cell phone records. That led them to an ecstasy dealer, but everything else about that dealer is blacked out in the report.
State Police say security and medical personnel did their jobs at the party, but the report did find there were teens with alcohol inside and that adults were bringing their drinks into areas with minors.
Police and doctors suspect Bruch died of an ecstasy overdose, but toxicology results still aren't in.
Expo New Mexico is no longer renting out space for these raves that mix teens, adults, booze and are also known for drug use.
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