'Drug-taking' clubber in coma

A club-goer is in a coma, after falling-ill at the Warehouse Project nightclub in Trafford. The 32-year-old was hospitalised last night, after being seen by a doctor at the venue. She is thought to have taken a small amount of drugs.

Police warn clubbers drug-taking is a "lottery"

Greater Manchester Police Credit: ITV

Greater Manchester Police are warning club-goers to stay away from drugs, after a woman was left in a coma last night.

She was taken ill at the Warehouse Project nightclub in Trafford. It is the same venue where a man died last weekend.

Chief Superintendent Mark Roberts says: “This once again highlights just what a lottery it is for your health if you choose to do drugs – you cannot know how your body will react and, more importantly, you simply do not know what chemicals are actually in the drugs you are taking."

'Drug-taking' warehouse clubber in coma

The Warehouse Project club in Trafford Credit: ITV

A club-goer is in a coma, after falling ill at the Warehouse Project in Trafford.

The 32-year-old woman was hospitalised last night, after being seen by the nightclub's doctor.

She is thought to have taken a small amount of drugs. Last weekend, a man died after taking a substance at the same venue.

Police have extra officers at the club Credit: ITV

Medics placed her in an induced coma. Her condition is listed as critical.

Police arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of supplying and possessing drugs.

Clubber Nick Bonnie died after a night out at the venue Credit: ITV

Charity worker Nick Bonnie died after taking an unknown substance at the club a week ago. Fifteen other people ended up in hospital.

The Home Office is now working with the venue on a drug-testing programme, in an attempt to keep clubbers safe.

The on-site doctor, who treated the woman taken ill last night, is also a new addition.

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