Charity worker's 'drugs death'

Detectives are investigating the suspected drugs-related death of royal charity worker who collapsed in a club in Trafford, Manchester. Nick Bonnie's mother, a drugs rehabilitation worker, has told ITV News "drugs destroy people's lives."

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Police probe club-goer's 'drugs death' in Manchester

Nick Bonnie died at Manchester Royal Infirmary on Saturday morning after collapsing at a club. Credit: Greater Manchester Police

Police are investigating the suspected drugs death of a man who collapsed at a nightclub in Greater Manchester.

Nick Bonnie, 30, fell ill at a dance event at the Warehouse Project in Trafford and died on Saturday morning.

At least 15 other club-goers were admitted to hospital feeling unwell after taking a controlled drug, ITV Granada has reported.

Mr Bonnie, from Stroud in Gloucestershire, worked as a manager for The Prince's Trust.

The charity said it was "deeply saddened" by his death and described him as "a talented and valued colleague (who) will be missed”.

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