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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Nearly a dozen students at Kinloch Park Middle School in Miami were treated or transported to the hospital after ingesting an unknown substance at school on Tuesday morning.

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Miami-Dade school officials said 11 students ingested some kind of pills, said to be a prescription drug that a student brought to campus.

Soon after, students began to exhibit strange behavior in class so the school called fire rescue.

Of the eleven students who ingested the yet to be named drug, eight were transported to Miami Children’s Hospital as a precaution.

“We have sixth, seventh and eighth graders involved,” said Miami-Dade school district spokesperson Daisy Gonzalez-Diego. “Again, they were only transported as a precaution. We are sending messages letting parents know the children are fine.

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At last check, all of the students were in stable condition.

The student who brought the pills has been identified. It hasn’t been determined yet if the female student will be charged. It is also not known if she was selling the drug. When she was searched, officials did not find any pills or cash.

She will be disciplined according to the code of student conduct, school officials said.

Six boys and five girls were involved.

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School district police are investigating.