HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A 13-year-old Connecticut scholar is in grave situation after overdosing on fentanyl whereas in school.
The scary scene occurred Thursday at Sports and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford.
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Police consider a seventh grader introduced the medication to class after which went to a fitness center, the place they had been discovered unconscious after ingesting the fentanyl.
Officials urge dad and mom to speak to their youngsters.
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“Make sure they know how serious and how dangerous any unknown substance can be and any drug can be,” Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin stated.
“I’m shocked about what’s going on. I just don’t understand how fentanyl reaches the school,” dad or mum Derrick Reynolds stated.
Two different college students who had been uncovered to fentanyl had been taken to an area hospital and launched.
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Police say 40 baggage of the opioid had been discovered on the college.