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The Drink

2044 Dewdney Ave., Regina, SK, S4R 1H1
(306) 543-7475

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The Drink
2044 Dewdney Ave.
Regina, SK S4R 1H1
(306) 543-7475
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Dec 04, 2010 - ChantelHC
A Bloody Mess and No Help

Went to The Drink on Oct. 30th for Halloween. Paid a $20 cover and three hours later I was in the ER getting stitches in my foot.

Friends and I were dancing on the dance floor on one of those evelated dance blocks (I don't know what a better name for them is), when I slipped off, shoe slipped off and I stepped on a massive pile of beer bottles. Can I blame anyone for that? Of course not. But after I started bleeding heavily I hopped my way through the dance floor to the bartenders looking for a first aid kit. I was told to find a bouncer, which involved some more hopping around. I found a bouncer and he told me to go to the other bouncer, so I hopped over to him. His only concern was that I wasn't wearing my shoe and told me to sit in a chair and went back to quarding the door. Meanwhile I was bleeding all over the place. After a few minutes of sitting there, covered in blood and bleeding on the floor, I started yelling at the coat check girl for a first aid kit. Three people that didn't work there saw the commotion, helped me to a back room of some sort and raided their first aid kit. All I wanted was to stop the bleeding and maybe get some gauze.

If the bouncers/other staff working there are trained in first aid, they should be helping someone that is bleeding heavily all over the floor instead of hitting on women. If they aren't trained in first aid and trained to handle situations like that, they should be. Also, the first aid kit should be properly stocked. The people that helped me couldn't even find rubber gloves in the first aid cupboard and had my blood all over them.

I believe that the situation was ridiculous, all I wanted was a little assistance and I got none.

On the plus side, they played some decent music.

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