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Two discharged from hospital after taking ecstasy at Newham warehouse rave

14:59 24 February 2014

Hillcroft Avenue, Beckton, where the warehouse party was

Hillcroft Avenue, Beckton, where the warehouse party was

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Two revellers who were admitted to Newham University Hospital after taking potentially lethal ecstasy tablets at a Newham warehouse party have been discharged.

One person still remains in hospital following the party in Hillcroft Road, Beckton on Friday.

Police issued an urgent health warning over the weekend warning people not to take drugs which were bought at the party.

Anyone with information about the sale of illegal drugs should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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