Officials from the George Vocational High School in Taipei yesterday said that two male students taking Ketamine inside a classroom during a break caused teachers and classmates to feel drowsy on Friday. A teacher and 18 students were taken to hospital for treatment after they allegedly inhaled Ketamine dust. Police yesterday said the dust was spread by electric fans throughout the classroom, and that students and the teacher who later entered the classroom felt sick and dizzy. School spokesperson Huang San-hsiung (黃三雄) yesterday said the students and teacher were in good condition.
Sun, Oct 01, 2006 - Page 3 News List
Taiwan Quick Take: Ketamine dust sickens class
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