Parents were concerned Monday after three teenagers who may have eaten food containing marijuana were rushed from a Los Angeles middle school to a hospital.
The students were in stable condition when they were taken from Sepulveda Middle School in North Hills at 9:45 a.m., Los Angeles Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart said.
Parent Joel Munoz said he is considering moving his 12-year-old son to another school.
"It's scary," he said. "You don't want your kids getting to that point."
The students, two of them 13, one 14, reportedly consumed food bought off campus that may have contained marijuana, Stewart said.
That student shared the food with two other students and the three got sick.