Two males have died after attending the Knockout music competition in Sydney on Saturday.
The lads died in two separate incidents after attending the competition, each occurring about 1am.
“Police responded to an incident on Olympic Boulevard at Sydney Olympic Park the place NSW Paramedics had been performing CPR on a male,” Detective Superintendent Simon Glasser stated.
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A 26-year-old man was transported to Harmony Hospital, the place he died.
On the similar time, a 21-year-old man, who attended the identical competition, was handled by paramedics at a resort on George Road in Sydney’s CBD earlier than being transported to St Vincent’s Hospital.
The person later died, and police had been then referred to as.
Separate investigations are underway into the lads’s deaths, and stories can be ready for the coroner.
The Australian Competition Affiliation has been contacted for remark.
About 53,000 folks attended the Knockout music competition, the place 27 folks had been busted with medication.
All 27 had been charged with possessing a prohibited drug and one other 4 with supplying a prohibited drug.
In a single occasion, a 26-year-old man who initially ran from police was discovered with 491 MDMA capsules, 4 grams of cocaine and money after a constructive drug detection from a sniffer canine.
– With AAP
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