A man who was put into an induced coma after taking legal highs at a festival has shared an image of himself in hospital to show the dangers of taking the legal substances.Jordan Blackburn, 20, from Cumbria, was hospitalised along with four other people after the attending the festival on 31 July.Despite the fact that she lives in England and I in Dublin, we met and began what is now a serious relationship.I can only say that meeting Alix has turned my life around and we are now planning our future together.I’m not telling people to like or share this post, just please read and think hard about what you’re putting in your body.“I’ve been lucky enough to have a second chance at life and I’m clinging to every part for me and Chris, so the most I can do is let people know the consequences they put themselves in and their family.”He ended with a message to Chris, and said: “Miss you mate, I’ll make you proud”.Blackburn’s mother, Alison Turnbull, told the BBC that her son “just wants to raise awareness”.“He was laying in his hospital bed and he just looked and he said, ‘I’ve been given a second chance at life, haven’t I?
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Blackburn posted a picture of himself from when he had been placed in an induced coma in hospital, to “show people what the consequences are of just a little pil”.
He wrote: “Many lives over the weekend, not just those lost, but the families of those involved have been destroyed – including my own by the careless use of uppers at festivals, or any other time for that matter.“I really think I need to raise awareness and show people what the consequences are of just a little pill.