Rescuers save mountain climbers high on magic mushrooms

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Mountain rescuers saved a group of climbers in the Lake District after they ate too many magic mushrooms, reported The Telegraph. Keswick Mountain Rescue Team said it was alerted to a group of young men by a concerned onlooker who reported they had taken the drug on Easter Saturday. “The casualties were walked down and given advice by the team medic regarding the timing of their onward travel,” said a spokesperson.

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