One man dead, over 100 hospitalized from drug overdoses at last weekend’s Paradiso Festival in Washington State
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Paradiso Festival drug cocktail called "Molly" made the rounds this weekend in Washington State's Gorge Amphitheatre killing one and sending 100 other concert goers between the ages of 18 and 26 to Quincy Valley Medical Center with drug overdose conditions, according to a June 30 report from KOMO News.com.
Drug overdose victims had been told they were getting Ecstasy, which contains the same synthetic drug MDMA as Molly, but instead Quincy Valley Medical Center's chief nurse, Sarina Fahrner, said what they got was a more potent form of Ecstasy, which contains cocaine, LSD and meth. - [Examiner]
The Paradiso Festival, which happened at The Gorge, WA and was billed as "where digital meets nature," featured such EDM artists as Tiesto, Kaskade, Designer Drugs, Infected Mushroom, and more.