SANDY SPRINGS, Georgia (AP) - Police say students at a suburban Atlanta middle school have been moved outside after more than 20 children began suffering from eye irritation.
Steve Rose, of the Sandy Springs police department says 22 students at Sandy Springs Middle School began complaining of eye irritation Monday afternoon, which prompted an investigation by police and fire officials.
Fulton County Schools spokeswoman Susan Hill told sources the students were in the school's computer lab when they said their eyes began to hurt.
Sandy Springs Fire Chief Jack McElfish says three students have been taken to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. The extent of their injuries was not immediately clear.
Information on what may have caused the incident was not immediately available.