3174410 Greater Manchester illegal raves: man dies, wife raped and three stabbed to death
Number of words : 618 Number of sentences : 33 Number of paragraphs : 28
The Police were present, as sovereign, died a>the Young People on their way in the Carrington area rave
A Woman was raped and three people were stabbed during two illegal "quarantine raves", which attracted 6,000 people.
thousands flocked to Daisy Nook Country Park and Carrington in Greater Manchester , late on Saturday.
The Man at the country park, died of a suspected overdose, and the stabbings and The Attack on an 18-year-old Woman found in Carrington.
The Police Said The Illegal raves have had tragic consequences.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Sykes condemned as a clear violation of the coronavirus legislation, adding the officers were "met with violence, what in the article is thrown and a Police car is trashed".
The Police Said about 4,000 people were at the Daisy Nook rave in Failsworth, Oldham, where there are no reported crimes.
however, There were three separate stabbings at the Carrington site, One of which left an 18-year-old man with life-threatening injuries.
Police were able to find The Man and give him First Aid before paramedics arrived.
Two Other Men , aged 25 and 26 years, were injured in separate stabbings and a 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.
"We Are investigating The Rape of an 18-year-old Woman . and we have specialists to support you and your family," Police Said . raves were further seen through the Night People gathered in the vicinity of the rave Website
streams of Young People to see goods on your way to an area just off Common Lane in Carrington on Saturday Evening .
There was a large Police presence at the two locations.
photo-and film material were also shared on Social Media -Packed crowds of people tightly dancing and singing at the outdoor raves.
A large sign that says "quarantine-Rave" can be seen in the background of a video.
Anyone with materials that might help, the questions was asked, with The Police . Police were called to Daisy Nook Country Park, Said after The Illegal raves reported
Sacha Lord, who is The Night -time economy consultant for the region, those who had visited, had set itself, and those she loved in danger.
Lord Lord tweeted: "I've seen some of the shots. You are not clubbers. Only selfish idiots. "
The MP for Ashton-Under-Lyne, Angela Rayner , Said she had rave Oldham Street Angels in Daisy Nook Website, while the.
The Group provides support and Pastoral Care for party-goers, and others who need it, during The Night -time.
Ms Rayner tweeted that she was "just done with my shift at Street Angels in Oldham," and was "dealing with The Illegal rave Daisy Nook cooperation with The Police ".
Volunteers spent Sunday morning trash clean up on the left, scattered over The Fields in the Daisy Nook -site with the help of Oldham Council.
the Empty bottles, plastic bags, gas canisters, and the abandoned pavilions of The Beauty -Spot overload. Volunteers helped to clear the rubbish left on the grass
Oldham Council leader Sean Fielding tweeted his thanks to the "dozens of Volunteers ".
The region is the Deputy mayor for policing and crime, Bev Hughes, told the Event the industry had agreed "on the blacklist all of the providers who is involved with illegal raves".
She Said : "these ruthless people" have "an unnecessary need for vital Police time" and "themselves and their communities in real danger".
But praised it help communities to clean up, to say: "We have seen The Real Greater Manchester This Morning . "
Greater Manchester Police had seen a very great demand, including a 60% increase in emergency calls from 17:00 BST on Saturday at 04:00 on Sunday.
ACC Sykes Said the meetings were carefully monitored, but "we had to balance the Public Health emergency and the whole of our demand with the current events", which during the pandemic.