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'Crammed people jumped barrier' at Belfast concert

Two students have said that 'people jumped the barrier' of the standing area of the concert at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast where are least five people have been taken hospital.

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Scene outside Belfast's Odyssey Arena

Ambulances were lined up outside Belfast's Odyssey Arena tonight as both the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and Ulster Hospital declared a major incident involving around 60 young people.

The youngsters were said to be suffering from the ill-effects of alcohol and drugs - at varying levels of consciousness.

Several emergency service attended the scene involving around 60 young people outside Odyssey Arena Credit: UTV News

A spokesperson for the South Eastern Trust said they were aware of an incident involving a bus at the arena.

Belfast's Odyssey Arena, where DJ Hardwell performed Credit: UTV News

Concerned parents arrive at Belfast's Odyssey Arena

Emergency services in Belfast are still dealing with a major incident after treating around 60 young people for the effects of drink and drugs outside the city's Odyssey Arena.

Ambulance: Most of 60 casualties treated outside

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'60 intoxicated youths' treated in NI 'major incident'

A 'major incident' was declared in Belfast by both the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and the Ulster Hospital after 60 young people were treated for the effects of drink and drugs, sources told UTV News.

An ambulance spokesman said they are dealing with casualties believed to be suffering ill-effects of alcohol and drugs, at varying levels of consciousness.

A spokesperson for the South Eastern Trust said they were aware of an incident involving a bus at the Odyssey Arena.

'Major incident' declared at Odyssey Arena in Belfast

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