Thirteen teenage girls from a Catholic faculty have been hospitalised after consuming sweets containing a element of hashish, police have stated.
At 11.44am on Monday paramedics rushed to La Sainte Union Catholic School in Highgate, Camden after college students began feeling sick.
A gaggle of girls returned to the classroom after break and reported feeling dizzy.
Some of them vomited.
This night Camden Police reported that the sweets had contained THC – the energetic ingredient in hashish.
“We’re investigating after 13 children were taken to hospital having eaten what they thought were sweets at a school in Highgate Road,” the power tweeted.
“Nobody is considered critically unwell. The faculty have knowledgeable mother and father.
“Enquiries underway to ascertain circumstances.
“We perceive the sweets contained THC.
“We await checks to ascertain the amount of THC in…