Deputies: NARCAN administered to unresponsive person at Brockport HS Monday
BROCKPORT, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and the Brockport Central School District confirm there was a serious incident at Brockport High School this week.
MCSO says on Monday, deputies responded to a report of an unresponsive person at the school and a dose of NARCAN was given.
Deputies say the person then became responsive and they were taken to the hospital.
On Monday, Brockport officials tweeted that the high school was put under a medical hold-in-place that afternoon for a staff member.
Please be advised, the Brockport High School was placed in a medical hold-in-place this afternoon for a staff member. Police and emergency personnel were on campus to assist with this emergency.— Brockport CSD (@BrockportCSD) December 20, 2021
Deputies said when they responded to the incident, they did not find any signs of illegal drugs at the scene.
News10NBC attempted to get more information from district leaders, but they told us it’s a personnel matter and they won’t comment further.