Orlando officers taken to hospital after exposure to fentanyl: officials

Officers with the Orlando Police Department were rushed to the hospital on Wednesday.

Four Orlando Police Officers were transported to the hospital by ambulance. Another two drove themselves to AdventHealth as a precautionary measure. 

Officials confirm to FOX 35 News all six were exposed to fentanyl and four of the six had a reaction.  

A call went out for help from the department's Special Enforcement Division Facility in Downtown Orlando.  For hours, HAZMAT trucks, fire trucks, and ambulances surrounded the building.

A spokesperson for the Orlando Police Department tells FOX 35 News that all six officers are ok and have been released from AdventHealth. 

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"I am happy to report that all officers are doing well," said Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon. 

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