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Two Ontario teens nearly overdose on drugs they believed was marijuana

Police say they responded to a call of two unconscious 18-year-old men outside of a Milton home around 2 p.m. Wednesday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC
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Halton Regional Police say two 18-year-olds overdosed after smoking what they thought was cannabis.

Police say they responded to a call of two unconscious 18-year-old men outside of a Milton home around 2 p.m. Wednesday.

The two men believed they were smoking marijuana, but then lost consciousness and began having seizures.

The officers gave them naloxone, the drug used to reverse opioid overdoses.

A neighbour saw the incident and called 911.

An investigation is ongoing and what drugs the teens smoked have yet to be identified

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