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October 10, 2014 at 7:21 AM

7 Oregon students treated for drug overdose

The Associated Press

WINSTON, Ore. — Seven students from Douglas High School in Winston were treated at a hospital Thursday for overdosing on drugs one of them brought from home.

Police tell KVAL-TV in Eugene that seven boys took a mixture of cough syrup, sleeping pills and seizure medication.

Fire department emergency crews responded to the school. The students were taken by ambulance or by their parents to Mercy Hospital.

All were treated and released.

 

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