SUFFERN, N.Y. — A hazmat team is analyzing drains, ceilings and garbage cans at Rockland Community College to discover what caused one student to pass out Wednesday and another to fall ill, hudsonvalley.news12.com reports.
Academic Building II at the college was evacuated after a student left the classroom feeling ill, followed by another, the article said. Officials said the oxygen levels were low and they’re still trying to figure out why.
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