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Two of the prisoners died of a suspected drug overdose on Saturday in a correctional facility in Florida, which makes it possible to work on the lock, and the staff are to be treated for potentially drug-exposure.
At around 3:15 a.m., three prisoners were found unresponsive at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake City, Florida. The medical staff and the safety and security of an all-male to an adult facility, responded to the scene, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Corrections, told Fox News on Sunday.
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Two of the detainees were declared dead after a suspected drug overdose at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake City, Fla., the government officials said.
Two of those responding were pronounced dead at the scene, while a third inmate is and remains in a stable condition.
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Correctional staff members who respond “must be evaluated at a hospital for the treatment of symptoms related to possible drug exposure.” As a result of the accident, a visit to the factory, it was closed on a Sunday.
“At the moment, our focus is on the health and the speedy recovery of the officers and the people involved,” the spokesperson Michelle Glady said. “The facility was placed on lockdown, while we [the Florida Department of Law Enforcement] with everything that you need to find out if this happened.”