One student was expelled and five were suspended from Lynnwood High School after an incident in which five students were transported to a hospital for overdosing on an over-the-counter...
One student was expelled and five were suspended from Lynnwood High School after an incident in which five students were transported to a hospital for overdosing on an over-the-counter cold medicine.
The student who brought the medication to school and gave it to the others was expelled last Wednesday, the day after the incident. The others were suspended.
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All of the students recovered. One student was not sick enough to warrant being taken to a hospital.
The medication, Coricidin Cough & Cold, contains an ingredient that can cause hallucinations, but another ingredient is toxic when taken in large amounts.