More than two dozen people who became "seriously unwell" at NSW music festivals in 2018 and 2019 were found to have MDMA in their system at such a high level it was consistent with a coma or death, an inquest has been told. The NSW Coroners Court is examining the deaths of six young people — Alex Ross-King, 19, Joshua Tam, 22, Callum Brosnan, 21, Diana Nguyen, 21, Joseph Pham, 23, and Nathan Tran, 18 — who died after attending music festivals between December 2017 and January 2019. Each had taken MDMA. Joshua Tam, Nathan Tran and Diana Nguyen died after attending music festivals in NSW.Credit:AAP On Thursday, NSW chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant told the inquest there has been a recent, substantial increase in drug-related harms associated with "a small number" of music festivals. She said the recent deaths are "an unexpectedly marked increase within a short […]