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Boston ponders steps after illnesses at TD Garden concert

Ambulances lined up in June as concertgoers left.

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Ambulances lined up in June as concertgoers left.

Boston’s Licensing Board held a hearing today on alleged violations at the TD Garden at a June 25 Avicii concert.

The board considered several alleged violations by Massachusetts Sportservice Inc., including permitting illegalities on the premises, in violation of state law and board rules.

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One alleged violation was for “numerous intoxicated underage patrons observed inside premise requiring medical treatment, transported to hospital.” Another alleged violation was for an assault between patrons, and a third was for a sexual assault.

The board heard testimony from Garden officials and police today and is expected make a ruling on Thursday, said Nicole Murati-Ferrer.

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Dozens of young people were treated for drug- and alcohol-related illnesses at the electronic music show.

Related:

6/26: EMS treat dozens at Avicii concert at TD Garden

7/27: 46 at Keith Urban concert treated for alcohol-related illnesses

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