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“It was then discovered there was a hazardous situation in the residence due to fentanyl being present,” according to a Dayton police statement. “After evidence was collected, housing inspectors declared the residence uninhabitable and coordination was made to have a qualified hazardous materials clean up company respond to clean the residence.”
A neighbor living near the Midway Avenue residence told News Center 7’s Mike Campbell he saw a car leave the apartment shortly before the children were taken to the hospital from the fire station.
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“One driving had the baby and I don’t know, the other child might be walkable,” Earl Clark said.
The two children remain in the hospital; however, their ages and conditions are not known.