Police say eleven toddlers at a day care were hospitalized Tuesday after eating over-the-counter pain medicine found in a teacher's purse.
Police say the children, all about 2 years old, are expected to recover, according to Tuesday's online edition of The Dallas Morning News.
The children got a hold of a bottle of Advil in the purse, which was left on the floor. The lid was not fully shut.
McKinney police Capt. Randy Roland said two toddlers were rushed to a local hospital by ambulance and the other nine were driven by car.
Officials at the day care center, Kids R Kids, declined to speak with the News.
A spokesman at the Medical Center of McKinney said the hospital could not comment on the children's conditions.
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