SPOKANE, Wash. - A South Hill medical call for six people unconscious inside a home revealed one confused man and a drug lab.
Fire crews responded to a home near the intersection of 38th Avenue and S. Cook Street Monday at 2:25 p.m.
When they arrived they discovered one person who appeared confused outside the home. They put on full HazMat suits, went inside to find the people inside the residence and found a drug lab inside instead.
No one was found inside the home.
Spokane Police arrived on the scene a short time later. Officers report the man who called in to 911 is an elderly man who is suffering from dementia. He was found outside the home and was taken to the hospital.
Officers added there is marijuana and equipment inside the residence to manufacture hash oil. They are currently waiting for a search warrant to begin their investigation.
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