WASHINGTON (AP) — Four District of Columbia elementary school students ingested cocaine brought to school by a classmate and have been taken to a hospital.
School district spokesman Fred Lewis say the students at Thomson Elementary School were taken to the hospital and are all doing well. He says a fifth student who recently had surgery was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
School officials wouldn’t immediately give ages for the students or say how the student came into possession of the cocaine.
Police are investigating.
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