Seven treated after wheel cleaner used as party drug

At least 7 people have now been hospitalised after it's believed they used an alloy- wheel cleaner as a party drug. The substance, known as GEEBS has been taken by people in the Liverpool area

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Seventh person treated in connection with 'Geebs'

A seventh person has been taken to hospital after it's believed they took a potentially deadly party drug.

The legal high called Geebs is sold as alloy wheel cleaner and is illegal to sell for human consumption. A 24 year old man was treated at Liverpool Royal Hospital over the weekend.

Merseyside Police say they were called to can student accommodation in Liverpool city centre on Sunday, following a report of concern for the safety of a man.Emergency services attended a property in Hatton Garden at around 10.15am following a report a man had been found collapsed.

The 24-years-old who is not a student was treated at the the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

It has since transpired that the man is thought to have taken GEEBS, although there is nothing to link this incident to the other recent incidents of people believed to have taken the substance.

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