Several people rushed to hospital in Jersey over 'potentially lethal' MDMA batch

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Several people have been taken to hospital on Jersey after taking what police called a “potentially lethal” batch of the party drug MDMA.

Detectives on the Channel Island urged the public to seek medical attention if they became concerned, after a number of illnesses linked to the class A substance.

In a message posted on the States of Jersey Police’s Facebook page, a spokesman said: “We have been made aware of a potentially lethal drug, believed to be MDMA or ecstasy circulating in the Island after a number of young persons have been admitted to hospital this weekend.

“Please remember not only are these drugs illegal, they can cause serious illness or even death.

“If you have any concerns, seek medical assistance.”

No other details were given.

In April 2014 Jared Harrison, 17, died in the island’s capital St Helier after taking a white powder thought to be MDMA.


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