Students Take Anti-Psychotic Drugs

Four students at William Tennent High School in Warminster, Pa. were taken to the hospital after taking anti-psychotic drugs Wednesday, school officials said.

An ambulance was called to the Bucks County school after the teens had an adverse reaction to the drugs.

School officials were mum on most of the details surrounding the incident. They would not say what kind of drugs the students took, how they may have gotten them, or even release their ages and grade levels.

William Tennent students were surprised to hear about the incident and hope this one case doesn't tarnish their school's image.

"I don't think it's the majority of students here who are doing that kind of stuff and I don't think it should give us a bad rap for that," senior Steven Sliwinski told NBC10's Kristen Welker.

All four teens are doing well, the school said. Police are investigating the incident.

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