The British tourist and her Canadian friend have been found dead in a backpackers’ hostel in Cambodia.
Natalie Seymour, 22, through Bedfordshire, and 27-year-old Canadian Abbey Gail Amisola are understood to get been feeling unwell in the associated with Kampot.
Staff on the Monkey Republic Hostel say the particular pair had been to a pharmacy yet were found dead on Mon.
Miss Seymour’s family members, from Shefford, were told associated with her death on Tuesday and they are receiving Foreign Office support.
Dave Goode, vice principal at Samuel Whitbread School where Miss Seymour went to college, said: “I remember Natalie as being a lively and positive young lady along with bags of energy.
“She had a passion for sports activity and was a key part of the blended hockey team.
“Natalie got on well along with others and played an important part in working with pupils from our center schools in a research project into behaviour to learning.
“This is terribly sad information and our thoughts and condolences go to all her family and friends. inch
A speaker for the hostel said: “The staff members at Monkey Republic are emaciated by the tragic deaths of the 2 young women on Monday morning.
“They had been sensation unwell and had visited a pharmacy to get medication.
“The local police are checking out possible causes, and we’re improving the privacy of the women’s family members, who are in contact with the British plus Canadian embassies. ”
Miss Seymour, who examined for a City and Guilds within beauty therapy at Bedford University, had held a number of jobs recently including for BT and as a free account manager for Mayflex in Saint Neots.
More recently the lady worked as a freelance make-up designer.