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Multiple Drug Overdoses Cancels Zeds Dead Show


DAILY NEWS: Zed’s Dead is an electronic band that took its name from the Quentin Tarantino thriller, “Pulp Fiction” – a film that includes a grisly overdose scene – and at the band’s performance last night at the Electric Factory, fact mirrored fiction when at least four people overdosed at the show, causing the gig to be cancelled, according to the fire department and social media.  Initial reports from the Associated Press said police responded to the Electric Factory at 7th Street near Callowhill around 8 p.m. and found nine concertgoers passed from possible overdoses. Several bloggers reported that the overdosers ranged in age from 15 to 25. MORE

RELATED: Police say they were all taken to the hospital and are expected to recover. MORE

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