Here is a quick translation of a news article from one of todays papers:
Source: http://politiken.dk/indland/article557204.ece [Article in danish]
It isn't the first time there has been a case with Br-dragonfly here, so dunno why they say it's the first time it's been observed here other than for keeping up their rep as talentless journalists.
ThirdEyeFloond added 246 Minutes and 20 Seconds later...
The incident was mentioned shortly in the news on the national television station TV2. A police officer was interviewed and he warned against the substance since people don't know how they'll react to it and saying that because it's a longacting compound with a slow onset people may mistakenly keep redosing untill they eventually OD.
For anyone wanting to dust off their linguistic skills in danish here is the news segment: http://nyhederne.tv2.dk/video/index.php/nodeId-14603226.html
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Denmark: Police warn against dangerous drug (Another bromo-dragonfly incident)