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A 4-year-old girl who brought capsules filled with crack cocaine home from her day care was rushed to the hospital after telling her mom she’d put one of them in her mouth.

The girl came home with several vials that a classmate had given her at Lil Inventors Child Care, on Andrews Avenue in the Fordham Manor section of the Bronx, her mother Sabrina Straker told NBC 4 New York.

The article goes on to state the following:

The girl told Straker the classmate had given her his tooth, but when Straker looked at the vials, it was clear that wasn’t the case, she said.

“I look at it, and it’s not one piece… it’s two smaller pieces,” she said. “[I thought], OK, clearly this is not a tooth.”

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