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05:48 | 20th August 2017

News: UK

Mon 12 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


It could have been far more serious and perhaps even fatal

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A Birmingham nightclub reveller was rushed to hospital after falling from a balcony on a night out last Thursday.

At the popular gay destination Nightingale, a man reportedly fell from the balcony after jumping over a safety barrier. He was later rushed to hospital where he luckily only obtained a broken ankle but the outcome could have been fatal.

Spokesperson for the hotspot night venue, Lee Aldred, reportedly told Midlands Zone magazine about the incident: “It appears the guy was running along the balcony and jumped over the safety barrier.

Fortunately for him he landed on his feet and I understand he may have suffered a broken ankle and a few cuts and bruises. It could have been far more serious and perhaps even fatal.”

“Obviously the Nightingale Club take all health and safety issues very seriously and we have a duty of care to all our customers, but you can never plan for someone deliberately putting their own life at risk.”

 

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