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Police Action after 5 Teenagers Put in Hospital
6:01am 26th April 2012
Pirate FM has learnt Cornish teenagers are ending up in hospital by trying to get high legally.
Five youngsters from Bodmin have been treated after taking things like bath salts.
Now police and trading standards are starting a crackdown, warning some are being cut with illegal drugs.
Pirate FM has spoken to teenagers in the town who told us, "I know a few people who have done it. They're ending up in hospital. It's sending them loopy basically. It's just a high while you're doing it. I think it's ridiculous really."
"It makes them think that everyone's after them. They're just a bit paranoid. It's not very nice."
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