03:05AM, Thursday 03 October 2013
Youth workers face a wait to find out the contents of a new pill which led to a teenager being hospitalised last month.
The little blue pill has been causing concern among the Royal Borough's Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) since a teenager in Maidenhead required treatment after taking the unfamiliar drug with cannabis about two weeks ago.
It is not yet known whether the small pill contains illegal drugs or is a 'legal high', and police have taken it for toxicology tests.
The DAAT has been told to expect results back in about two weeks.
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