This story was updated to reflect that while the incident occurred at the address for an LAUSD middle school, the students were enrolled at a non-LAUSD charter school that is co-located on that campus.
Two students were taken to a hospital Thursday after a medical incident at a school near Koreatown, officials said.
The incident was reported around 11:30 a.m. regarding students at a charter school at 152 N. Vermont Ave., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department and the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The school, a middle school affiliated with the charter school chain Citizens of the World, shares a campus with the LAUSD’s Virgil Middle School, but it is not affiliated with the district, an LAUSD spokesperson told KTLA.
The students were taken to a hospital with “minor complaints,” and while fire officials did not say the incident was an overdose call, they indicated it was not fentanyl-related.
Two other students were not taken to a hospital, officials said.
The Los Angeles Police Department also responded to the school.