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Feb 14, 5:28 PM EST

Students reportedly sickened by pot brownies at school

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- About a dozen students at a Connecticut school were reportedly sickened after eating brownies laced with marijuana.

WFSB-TV reports police and medics were called to the Global Communications Academy around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday on a report that up to 19 students had eaten the brownies.

The students were treated at the school and their parents were called to take them home or seek further treatment. It's unclear if any were taken to a hospital.

Police are trying to determine how much marijuana was in the brownies.

The school teaches students from kindergarten through high school and is part of the Hartford Public Schools district.

The Hartford Courant says a school spokesman referred all questions to police.

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