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24 July 2013, 17:09 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
The family of a woman from Sale whose death is being linked to drugs have paid tribute to a 'young, caring and beautiful woman'.
27-year-old Jennifer Whiteley died on Saturday morning in Wythenshawe Hospital.
Police investigating her death recovered a powder known as Benzo Fury - a drug that was banned in June.
Jennifer's family have paid tribute to the young woman, who worked in Health and Social Care in Greater Manchester:
"Jennifer was passionate about her field of study and wanted to help people wherever she could. You could put her with a group of people covering every age, creed and colour and she could engage with all of them.
"The overwhelming response from all the people who knew her, is that this young, caring and beautiful woman was a wonderful person loved by everyone and her loss will affect them all deeply.
"Her Mother is envied by their mutual friends for having a daughter who was also her best friend and her Father for having a daughter who was clever, fantastic company, a faithful and reliable friend and able to engage with everyone she met."