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Four students at a Washington elementary school ingested cocaine brought to the school by a classmate.

Some who ingested the cocaine did so orally and others inhaled it through their noses, according to Fred Lewis, a spokesman for DC Schools. He said they were hospitalized as a precaution as was a fifth student who did not ingest the drug.

The names and ages of the students have not yet been released, but the school Thomson Elementary has kids from preschool to fifth grade. Police are investigating how the student obtained and distributed the cocaine. The student was charged with possession of a controlled substance. The Office of the Attorney General will decide how to proceed.

via. (blackmediascoop)