A toddler has been hospitalised after he chewed on a discarded drugs wrap at a recreation ground.
The incident happened yesterday at the Southern Road recreation ground in Thame when a 14-month old boy picked up what is believed to be a discarded drugs wrap and chewing it
Police were called at 5.15pm by the ambulance service, who took the boy to Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
His condition is not thought to be serious and he is being kept in overnight for observation.
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