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Seven were hospitalized, “including four youths” with mass fentanyl poisoning after a deadly drug was released through air vents

SEVEN people have been hospitalized after fentanyl was released through vents at a detention center.

Four young people detained at the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Training and Rehabilitation Center in Stryker have been hospitalized.

Seven people were hospitalized after fentanyl was released through vents at a detention center

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Jeff Lehman, deputy chief of the Williams County Sheriff’s Department, said they were expected to be fine. ABC13 reports.

The identities and ages of the youths were not disclosed.

Three correctional officers were also hospitalized.

It is not known how the fentanyl was released as an investigation is ongoing.

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The inmates were transferred to the Northwest Ohio Correctional Center.

Firefighters, paramedics and rescue workers were photographed on site on Sunday.

It comes just days after Four men were hospitalized for fentanyl near Fort Lauderdale.

Firefighters found the men, ages 26 to 39, in an apartment that the sheriff’s office said contained “drug residue.”

All four men were using cocaine when two of them went into cardiac arrest, police say.

The other two gave them oral dosing and were exposed to fentanyl, causing them all to be hospitalized.

It came after Six West Point cadets were involved in a mass fentanyl overdose this affected seven spring breakers.

Several suffered cardiac arrest.

Police arrested 21-year-old Axel Giovany Casseus in connection with the incident.

He was charged with trafficking cocaine, but not with supplying the drugs to the college students.

According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, there appears to be no connection between the two overdoses.

Florida officials warned spring breakers to remain vigilant.

“We’re seeing more cases testing positive for both cocaine and fentanyl,” said Liz Zaney, a toxicologist at the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office.

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