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MailOnlineOwen Carey, 18, ate McDonalds and Byron on day he died from 'allergic reaction to chicken'

Owen Carey, 18, ate McDonalds and Byron on day he died from 'allergic reaction to chicken'

Owen Carey, 18, died in his girlfriend’s arms in front of the London Eye on April 22 last year. It is believed he died from a severe allergic reaction to chicken after eating at McDonald's and Byron burger.

Reported by MailOnline • Monday, April 16, 2018

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