School Kids O.D. at Holocaust Museum

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    WASHINGTON - MAY 01: A menorah stands under the Rotunda during the Days of Remembrance Program in the U.S. Capitol May 1, 2008 in Washington, DC. Organized by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the remembrance program was held on the day of the national commemoration of the holocaust, the attempt by Nazi Germany to extinguish European Jews before and during World War II. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

    Two high school students on a field trip were hospitalized on Tuesday after ingesting a controlled substance.

    The students were visiting the Holocaust Museum with their class when they fell ill. Authorities say their condition is serious but not life-threatening.

    The students attend a Stafford County high school, but it's not clear which one.

    Police have not said what drug the kids took, or if there will be charges brought against them.