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Children overdose on suspected fentanyl pills given by employee at Lou Anna’s Child Care Center

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A day care center in Duplin County, North Carolina is currently being investigated following an incident where two children overdosed after ingesting fentanyl pills given to them by an employee last Wednesday.

The children were taken to ECU Health Duplin Hospital and have since been treated and discharged. The child care center, Lou Anna’s Child Care Center in Kenansville, North Carolina, is fully cooperating with the authorities in their investigation. It was initially believed that the pills were candy, but they were later identified as suspected fentanyl.

Lou Anna’s Child Care Center
Lou Anna’s Child Care Center

A notice posted at the daycare center prohibits outside snacks due to recent incidents, and parents are advised to contact the director for any special occasion celebrations. As of now, no arrests have been made in connection with this case.

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