WARRINGTON TWP., Pa. - A high school graduation ceremony in Bucks County turned dangerous thanks to Tuesday's intense heat.
One person was taken to the hospital and several others were overcome by the heat at Central Bucks South High School's graduation ceremony in Warrington Township.
Six ambulances were called to the school around 5 p.m.
Officials say the medics treated several people overcome by the heat.
The Montgomery County District Attorney's office said police officers were justified in their use of deadly force against an alleged serial robber near the King of Prussia Mall last month.Read More »
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