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FORT LEWIS, Wash. (AP) — Army investigators say the death of a 16-year-old girl at an Army base barracks in Washington state is drug-related.
Army Criminal Investigation Command spokesman Chris Grey, wouldn't identify the drug Wednesday while the investigation is continuing into the death at Fort Lewis.
However, Grey said from the command headquarters at Fort Belvoir, Va., that the dead girl and another 16-year-old girl who became unconscious early Sunday were acquainted with a soldier in the barracks.
Fort Lewis spokesman Joe Piek (peek) says the surviving girl is in stable and improving condition at Madigan Army Medical Center.
Neither of the two girls was a military dependent.