Jack Crossley, the 18-year-old whose death lead to the temporary closure of London club Fabric, took a high dose of MDMA that led to a fatal heart attack, according to an inquest.\u00a0The Guardian\u00a0reports that he had\u00a02.2 micrograms of MDMA per milliliter of blood, more than enough to induce a fatal reaction. The doctor who treated Crossley at the hospital said his temperature was "unrecordably high" after being admitted. Crossley, who passed away on August 6, was the\u00a0second teenager\u00a0to die after visiting Fabric that summer. (The first, 18-year old Ryan Browne, died on June 25 after taking MDMA at the venue.) The fatalities cost the famed nightclub its license\u00a0last September after a council deemed it\u00a0\u201cinadequate and in breach of the licensing conditions.\u201d After a public outcry and an appeal, Fabric's owners and\u00a0Islington Borough Council reached a settlement that allowed the club to reopen.\u00a0The new agreement bars anyone under 19 years old from entering the club, and patrons with drugs on their person will be banned for life.\u00a0The Guardian\u00a0says the club will reopen this weekend.