Woman, 25, dies after falling ill at Creamfields music festival
A 25-year-old woman has died after falling ill at the Creamfields music festival, Cheshire Police have said.
The woman was taken to Warrington District General Hospital after falling ill at around 10.15pm last Friday during the event in Cheshire.
Despite the efforts of medical professionals, she died in the early hours of Tuesday.
His relatives have been informed.
Superintendent Sarah Heath, who led the police operation for Creamfields 2022, said there was no suggestion of ‘suspicious circumstances’ surrounding the woman’s death.
“The tragic death of a young woman is heartbreaking and our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time,” she said.
“An investigation into the cause of his death is ongoing but at this stage there are no indications that there are any suspicious circumstances.”
It comes after 39 arrests were made at the festival for multiple offences, with 71 people deported for possession of illegal drugs.
A total of 209 crimes were reported, 135 of which were drug-related.
Ms Heath said police made a ‘conscious effort’ to target drug dealers at the festival.
“This year, around 69,000 people attended Creamfields 2022 between Thursday and Monday,” he said.
“It’s a huge undertaking and we’ve worked with event organizers and security personnel to keep illegal drugs out of the venue.
“There were drug dogs at the entrances and opportunities to place illegal substances and weapons in handing bins, as well as a thorough search process by security personnel at the entrances to the site.
“A conscious effort was made to target those who intended to supply illegal substances at the event, which accounted for more than half of the arrests made, while we used other options available to us, such as community resolutions, for a lower level. offences.
“All those who have been arrested and are being investigated for drug-related offenses will now have to face the consequences and pay the price for their actions.”