NewsWritten by Sam Murphy on June 24, 2017
A Sydney club was closed in the early hours of the morning after six patrons were taken to hospital with suspected overdoses.
NSW Police released a statement saying that around 1.30am police and emergency services were called to the Darling Harbour venue to treat six people, two men and four women believed to be in their 20s.
All six were taken to hospital, however, they are in a stable condition.
As Fairfax report, the nightclub owners made the decision to close the club early to deal with the situation. Patrons were all asked to leave the club.
The owners are yet to make a formal statement about the incident.
It is unknown what substance the club-goers took but the police will be talking to them to find out more information. They’ve also urged anyone with more information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.