22/05/2015

Four Teenage Boys In Hospital After Taking Unknown Substances

Four teenage boys are being treated in a L'Derry hospital after taking unknown substances.

Police are trying to determine what the boys took before they were admitted to Altnagelvin Hospital on 20 May.
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Three of the boys are in a stable condition.

Details on the condition of the fourth boy have not been released.

(LM)

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