Two female backpackers have been found dead in a Cambodian hostel

A young woman and her friend were found dead in a Cambodia hostel after reportedly taking pills from a local pharmacist for food poisoning

A young woman and her friend were found dead in a Cambodia hostel after reportedly taking pills from a local pharmacist for food poisoning

Natalie Jane Seymour, 22, from Bedfordshire, and Canadian Abbey Gail Amisola, 27, from Winipeg, were found dead on Tuesday at the Monkey Republic Guest House in the south western city of Kampot, Mail Online reports. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to Abbey's family and those who knew her", Norm Gould, president of the teachers' society, said in an emailed statement.

'This is now in the hands of the police but there is nothing suspicious about their deaths.

It was reported that they bought over-the-counter medication for stomach pains before they died.

"The hotel manager was going up and down with drinks and told them they should go to a medical centre".

In their final conversation, Seymour, a freelance make-up artist, told her mother via WhatsApp that she feeling unwell and that she and Amisola "might go get something to make her feel better", Metro reports.

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She added: "They chose to sleep it off but never woke up again, or that's what I hoped".

Officials ruled out foul play because they said no marks or bruises were found on the girls' bodies.

Natalie Seymour, 22, and Abbey Gail Amisola, 27, reportedly died after overdosing on tablets.

Shocked staff at the Monkey Republic Guesthouse rushed them to hospital but they could not be revived.

"I don't know if they'll want an autopsy to determine cause of death, because nobody knows".

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Natalie, who left home last week, had booked a one-way ticket for the trip, her mother said. A spokesman for the hostel said that the staff were "devastated" by the tragedy.

Recent photos from Ms Seymour's Instagram account showed her travels around southeast Asia with her most recent snap taken on the Cambodian paradise island of Koh Thonsáy, which is off the Cambodian coast. Everyone is very upset about it'.

"She loved to travel", Abbey's friend Samantha Gilkes told the Toronto Star.

Provincial police chief of Kampot, Mao Chanmathurith, told MailOnline the representing embassies had been informed of the deaths this morning.

Local police are now investigating the possible causes of Natalie and Abbey's deaths, but it's thought there's a chance it might have been to do with the tablets they bought from the chemist.

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Global Affairs Canada said it's aware that a Canadian citizen has died in Cambodia.

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