How Denver's Rave Community is Helping a Teenager Hospitalized For Taking Molly

Last weekend, Skylab, which featured headliner Tiesto, brought some 10,000 people to the Denver Coliseum. Among those were approximately 150 members of the online rave community Colorado EDM Family. A few of the "EDM Fam," as they call themselves, saw a young girl fall to the ground outside the venue on Saturday night before on-site paramedics rushed her to a hospital.

That girl, Bianca, is still in the hospital. According to a Facebook post by her father, Keith Roehm, the drug molly put her there. Her kidneys are failing, and she's only able to sit up or communicate in brief moments. In the post, he writes, "I could seriously use some help right now."

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Mary Willson started contributing to Westword as an intern in the summer of 2014, focusing on the electronic music scene in Colorado.
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