Police in Indiana reported that 11 teenagers became ill and had to be hospitalized after they consumed gummy bears reportedly laced with THC, a substance associated with and found in marijuana. La Porte County Police said they are investigating the incident after they received a call asking for medical assistance, according to WNDU. When police...
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