Four Hospitalized After Smoke Bomb Goes Off at Football Game - NBC Southern California

Four Hospitalized After Smoke Bomb Goes Off at Football Game

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    Four people were hospitalized after a smoke bomb went off during a high school baseball game. (Published Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017)

    Four people were hospitalized after a smoke bomb went off Friday night at a high school football game in Anaheim.

    Fourteen students complained of the smoke and three chose to be hospitalized after the smoke bomb went off at Glover Stadium, according to the Anaheim Fire Department.

    An unknown person threw the smoke bomb into the bleachers while Katella High school and Anaheim High School had a match, according to authorities

    The conditions of the four people who were hospitalized were not immediately clear.

    Further information was not immediately available. Refresh for updates.

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