7 inmates at London, Ont. jail overdose within minutes of each other, police say

London, Ont. police are investigating after seven inmates at the Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre overdosed on Thursday within minutes of each other.

Police, emergency and fire crews were called to the jail in the south end of the city at about 2:15 p.m.

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