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Avicii Concert Ends with Dozens Hospitalized, No Fatalities

Avicii Concert Ends with Dozens Hospitalized, No Fatalities

An Avicii concert took a turn for the worse when dozens of attendees were hospitalized after consuming a dangerous substance on Wednesday (June 25) at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.

Around 38 people, many of them minors, were taken to local hospitals, according to the Boston Globe. There were at least seven ambulances on the scenes and a Boston EMS emergency trailer where concertgoers were treated.

Some reports are saying that there were upwards of fifty to sixty-five people taken to the hospital.

There were fortunately no fatalities and the official statement from a TD Garden spokesperson said that “there were a number of transports due to medical issues.”

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  • JDF

    thats what happens when you take molly. tough luck.

  • Sheena

    Who is he?

  • jen

    @Sheena:

    he presses buttons on a stage and calls it music.

  • damien

    never doubt stupid in large groups

  • TML

    I NEED HIM TO PLAY A HUMAN VERSION OF CHUCKY

  • Eduardo

    Yes, so pianists…

    btw, many of the musics he plays, are the ones he made, so he can get some merit

  • Eduardo

    @jen Yes, and so do pianists…
    btw, many of the musics he plays, are the ones he made, so he can get some merit

  • Pandarzan

    @JDF:

    This is what happens when you don’t have smarts to know your dealer

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