MOD EDIT: The substance in question now seems to be Bromo-Dragonfly which had been mislabeled as 2c-e see here
KONAWA, Okla. — Authorities say one person is dead and seven are in the hospital after overdosing on a hallucinogenic drug in Konawa.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Jessica Brown said authorities received an emergency call about 1:30 a.m. Saturday from a Konawa residence. She says they found eight people ranging in age from 19 to their early 20s suffering from severe drug toxicity.
She says they overdosed on the drug 2C-E, which is similar to ecstasy.
Brown says one person was pronounced dead at a Seminole hospital. She says seven others are in the hospital — three in Ada, four in Norman — and that two of them are in critical condition.
Drug task force members arrested a 20-year-old man in Ada Saturday on a complaint of conspiracy and first-degree murder.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Last Updated: May 07, 2011 - 7:27 pm
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