A young girl had to be rushed to hospital after another child gave her a "mysterious" pill to swallow.
The six year was playing in the Lancashire village of Church when another little girl handed her the pill - which turned out to be a type of amphetamine.
The child's mother, Stephanie Green, said she called an ambulance after her daughter became very drowsy.
The "horrified, scared, and angry" parent says the police are investigating, and her daughter is now recovering at home.
Tests revealed the drug to be Dextroamphetamine - usually prescribed for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy.