Several Students Sick From Eating Gummy Bears at Naperville North High School on Mills St, Naperville

Naperville police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 12:21 PM Tuesday to a report of multiple students sick after voluntarily eating gummy bear at Naperville North High School, 899 N Mill Street Naperville, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report that multiple students felt sick after eating gummy bears. The candy is being investigated to see if it contained a foreign substance.

At least six ambulances responded to the high school, and at least two of the ambulances returned to the high school for further assistance at the high school.

Most or all patients were transported to Edward Hospital in Naperville.

FIRE/MEDIC UNITS ASSIGNED at 12:21 PM …

ENGINE(S): ??

TRUCK(S): T 9

SQUAD(S): SQD8

CHIEF(S): BC2 C1 C40

EMS: M4 M3

VR1, VR2

EMS BOX UNITS ASSIGNED at 12:29 PM …

ENGINE(S): E3

TRUCK(S):

SQUAD(S):

EMS: M9 M10 M2 M1

CHIEF(S):

SPECIAL:

CHANGE OF QUARTERS: Naperville moveup, Warrenville, Lisle-Woodridge

STAGING: Ogden and Mills

LIVE TRAFFIC MAP of neighborhood to a report of multiple students sick after voluntarily eating gummy bear at Naperville North High School, near 899 N Mill Street Naperville, Il …




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