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PROVIDENCE

At least three taken by ambulance from rowdy party in Providence

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At least three people were taken by ambulance from a rowdy party at a downtown Providence club. The Providence Journal reported that the party Thursday night was sponsored by a group called I’m Shmacked, which says it documents college life. Many of the partygoers arrived in yellow school buses and said they attended colleges including the University of Rhode Island, Bryant University, Providence College, and Johnson & Wales University. Photos showed one young woman with blood streaming down her head amid a crowd. Another young woman had passed out in the middle of a busy thoroughfare.

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