By Eliza Mcphee and Thomas Duff For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 14:14 BST, 23 May 2020 | Updated: 14:14 BST, 23 May 2020
A drug-fuelled party in a Gold Coast apartment that resulted in the death of a teenager was reportedly broadcasted in 'sickening and very sad' videos across social media.
Cian English, 19, fell to his death from the balcony of the fourth storey of the View Pacific resort in Surfers Paradise around 3am on Saturday.
Four other teenagers aged between 16 and 19 were found in the apartment in varying states of consciousness and were taken to Robina Hospital for treatment for drug overdoses.
A woman said she had seen the tragic night unfold on Instagram and Snapchat.
'The videos I have seen, they are sickening and so very sad,' she told the Courier-Mail.
'It's not in the best interest of this poor boy's family to see him like that.'
Cian English, 19, fell to his death from the fourth storey of the View Pacific apartment around 3am on Saturday
A passer-by discovered the lifeless body on the pavement before calling emergency services who later found a stash of drugs inside the unit.
Paramedics tried to perform CPR on the 19-year-old, who was from Hawthorne in Brisbane's eastern suburbs - but they were too late.
Two other 16-year-old boys, believed to be a part of the group, were arrested at around 2.20am between View Avenue and the Esplanade for possessing prescription drugs.
They were also