West Side students taken to hospitals after pepper spray incident

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An incident involving pepper spray led to some West Side high school students being taken to hospitals Wednesday morning.

Pepper spray was discharged in a classroom at Ogden International School of Chicago at 1250 W. Erie St., according to Fire Media Affairs.

An unknown number of students were taken to hospitals in good-to-fair condition in what Fire Media called a “minor incident.”

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