Members of the emergency services attend to an incident at Outwood Academy, in Ripon, North Yorkshire, in England, November 11, 2015. REUTERS/Craig Brough
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Police and fire crews were left puzzled Wednesday after some 40 pupils fell ill at a school in northern England for no apparent reason, suggesting it was a "ripple effect" after several students fainted.Police along with three ambulance crews, two rapid response vehicles, a doctor and other medical staff were sent to the scene.One pupil at the school, 15-year-old Joshua Hall, told of how the fainting started. The school, located near the picturesque Yorkshire Dales national park, has more than 600 pupils aged between 11 and 18 .
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