Police investigate possible spiked food at Radnor high school pep rally

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Police investigate possible spiked food at Radnor high school pep rally. Nydia Han reports during Action News at 6 a.m. on November 4, 2017. (WPVI)

Police in Radnor Township, Delaware County are looking into the possibility of spiked food eaten Thursday afternoon at a high school pep rally.

Police say several Radnor High School students became ill, possibly eating brownies.

Investigators say at least six students were treated at local hospitals, but are expected to be okay.

A brownie was taken as evidence, but has not been tested yet to determine what, if anything, was in it.

Both the school and Radnor police are investigating.

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