Ζάκυνθος: Εφημερίδα «The Sun»: Δηλητηριάστηκαν 17 παιδιά από ποτά σε μπαρ | Η αστυνομία ελέγχει τα δημοσιεύματα ως προς την ορθότητά τους

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Σε άρθρο που έβγαλε σήμερα η Καθημερινή Εφημερίδα της Ζακύνθου «Ημέρα» γράφει τα εξής:

Έντονη υπήρξε η κινητοποίηση μετά τα δημοσιεύματα που ήθελαν να προκαλείται «σάλος» στη Ζάκυνθο και τη Βρετανία εξαιτίας της φερόμενης δηλητηρίασης 17 νεαρών που κατανάλωσαν ποτά μπόμπα σε μπαρ του Λαγανά.

Σε επικοινωνία που είχε τόσο με το γραφείο Τύπου της Γενικής Περιφερειακής Αστυνομικής Διεύθυνσης Ιονίων Νήσων, όσο και τον Αστυνομικό Διευθυντή της Διεύθυνσης Αστυνομίας Ζακύνθου, ο οποίος προηγουμένως είχε συνομιλήσει με ιατρούς του Γενικού Νοσοκομείου Ζακύνθου, η εφημερίδα μας ενημερώθηκε ότι…

ΚΑΝΕΝΑ ΤΕΤΟΙΟ ΠΕΡΙΣΤΑΤΙΚΟ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΚΑΤΑΓΓΡΑΦΕΙ
ΣΤΑ ΒΙΒΛΙΑ ΣΥΜΒΑΝΤΩΝ ΤΟΥΣ
και ως εκ τουτου τα δημοσιεύματα που τις τελευταίες ώρες κάνουν το γύρω του διαδικτύου και δυσφημίζουν τη Ζακυνθο
ελέγχονται ως προς την ορθότητά τους τους.

Καλό θα ήταν και οι αρμόδιες Υπηρεσίες με ανακοινώσεις τους να τοποθετηθούν επι του θεματος. Απορίας άξιο, λοιπόν, ποιοι, γιατι και τι σκοπους εξυπηρετούν με τέτοιου είδους αναρτήσεις… και κυρίως γιατι στοχοποιούν τη Ζάκυνθο.

Πηγή: https://www.imerazante.gr

ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ! Το παρόν άρθρο είναι αναδημοσίευση από την παραπάνω πηγή, ο σύνδεσμος της οποίας παραπέμπει στην ίδια την πηγή. Το ιστολόγιό μας δεν έχει ασχοληθεί δημοσιογραφικά, οπότε ότι διαφωνία μπορεί να έχετε μπορείτε να απευθυνθείτε στην ίδια την πηγή.

ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΕΙ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ ΤΗΣ ΕΦΗΜΕΡΙΔΑΣ THE SUN

WHAT’S YOUR POISON? 

Group of 17 British teens rushed to hospital in Greece after drinking toxic booze

Lads holiday in Zante turns to horror as group fall ill after drinking bozze laced with deadly chemical methanol

A GROUP of 17 British teens were taken to hospital after drinking suspected bootleg booze containing deadly chemical methanol.

The boys, who are all 17 and 18, claim to have fallen ill after visiting a string of bars in Greek party island Zante’s Laganas resort — despite some of them ­having just THREE drinks.

Each year tens of thousands of revellers from the UK go to the same strip of nightspots — which Greek cops vowed to clamp down on after young Brit Hannah Powell was blinded there by a cocktail laced with methanol two years ago.

This week a Sun on Sunday investigation found POSITIVE traces of the highly toxic form of alcohol — normally used to make antifreeze — in bootleg vodka sold in one of the town’s bars.

Cole Brunton, 18, who was one of 17 out of a party 20 to spend the night in hospital, said: “It was going to be the best week of our lives but it nearly ended terribly.

“I can’t put into words how angry I feel that someone is prepared to put lives at risk to make a few quid.

«It’s inhuman. I know 100 per cent that we got ill because we were poisoned.

“I didn’t drink that much that night. Some of the lads had spirits, some went for cocktails.

“We were all out until different times. Some were back at the hotel by midnight, I got back in the early hours.

“But I woke up at about 3am with hot and cold sweats.

“I was sick in the toilet in my room. My room-mate had already been sick.

“I stepped out of the bedroom into the corridor and looked left and right. Everyone else was there, too, all being sick.

“Our vomit was red and black. One of the lads was in bed and started having a fit, shaking uncontrollably.

“When I got to the hospital I was still being sick. They put me straight on a drip but I was still vomiting.

“I think the doctors knew it was methanol poisoning. The doctor told me we had all been very lucky.

“To know that the Sun on Sunday’s investigation has found traces of methanol in drinks is terrifying.”

The lads — former pupils from a school in Northumberland — left for their £550 Club 18-30 break with holiday firm Thomas Cook on July 19.

Cole said: “We flew out to Zante to celebrate leaving school.

“On the first night we went to a bar that was near our hotel. It was offering a deal — ten euros and you can drink whatever you want free for an hour. Lots of bars in Laganas offer that.

“There were no problems on the first night. Nobody got ill.”

But it was the next day that their holiday went horribly wrong.

Cole said: “The Friday night we did the same thing. Everyone was drinking different stuff. I had six vodkas, some of the lads had beer, a few had cocktails.”

The group then went to three other bars — but after the third one some of the boys started to feel ill.

Cole said: “Some of the lads went back to the hotel as they felt a bit rough. One was sick on the way home.

He only had three drinks. I stayed out but didn’t have any more to drink. I got back to the hotel at midnight.”

But at 3am Cole woke, feeling ill, and saw his friends also being sick.

He said: “A hotel receptionist called an ambulance and the first group of us were taken to a hospital, which was about a ten-minute walk from the hotel.

«A second ambulance took a while to arrive so some of the lads walked to the hospital.

“The rest got in the second ambulance. We were taken to two different hospitals.

“I ended up in the Iassis Medical Centre on the main strip in Laganas.

“I told the doctor I had an excruciating stomach pain. He just topped up my drip with something and it knocked me out.

“I was one of the worst affected, but I was also one of the first taken off a drip and allowed out.

“I’m not sure what time it was. The lads all got back to the hotel at different times as they were released. The last one got back at about 4pm on that Saturday.”

They spent the rest of their stay recovering at their hotel before flying home just days later.

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Πηγή: https://www.thesun.co.uk

ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ! Το παρόν άρθρο είναι αναδημοσίευση από την παραπάνω πηγή, ο σύνδεσμος της οποίας παραπέμπει στην ίδια την πηγή. Το ιστολόγιό μας δεν έχει ασχοληθεί δημοσιογραφικά, οπότε ότι διαφωνία μπορεί να έχετε μπορείτε να απευθυνθείτε στην ίδια την πηγή.