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Players from Curry hospitalized after nitrous dioxide exposure

According to a report from MyFoxBoston.com, 28 players from the Curry College men’s team were hospitalized for nitrous dioxide exposure following Thursday night’s game in Providence, R.I., against Johnson and Wales.

In a letter sent to all Curry students, Curry dean of students Maryellen Kiley said that the nitrous dioxide exposure was caused by a Zamboni.

All the patients are in good condition.


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