More than 50 people removed from Snoop Dogg concert for alcohol poisoning

Over 50 people — many of them underage — were removed from Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa‘s The High Road Tour at Nikon Jones Beach Amphitheater Tuesday night for alcohol poisoning, a park officer said.

Eleven were taken to various area hospitals, including an 18-year-old male who was so drunk he collapsed, breaking his nose as he hit the ground. There were also four arrests made for possession of marijuana at the concert.

Sources said that teenagers were drinking vodka out of water bottles in the restrooms and parking lot of the venue. After three drunken teens were taken away within twenty minutes of each other at the beginning of the night, officers shut down the restrooms and moved the crowd inside.

Officers had to call parents to haul off the rest of the teens not taken to hospitals.

The incident came 42 people were injured at a Snoop Dogg concert on Friday in Camden, NJ, when a railing collapsed.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.