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How often law enforcement officials say teens are making alcohol from an unlikely ingredient hands sanitized -- think about it.
It's intended to kill bacteria on your hands.
Think about what it's to a -- it -- some teens are using -- to separate the alcohol from the sanitize or it makes a potent drink cheap hands sanitized as -- contains 62%.
You drink a lot of this stuff.
You're gonna feel bad right away you have true trouble breathing trouble walking eventually -- out some teens are just drinking the sanitize or straight up.
Vision problems he memory problems and -- a portion.
It's -- internal organs.
Will be affected by -- and these effects are irreversible effects.
There have been several cases in California and a few in New Mexico.
Public health officials are saying it could signal a dangerous trend.
They are not happening at the same time in the same placed.
So it is a concern for us that this is a trend that's happening independent of each other parents can take action making sure that we locked up.
And limit exposure to these products just as we would any other substance in the house cleaning products.
Alcohol for cocktails -- want to make sure that we put these aside because even just a small amount.
Can cause a huge problem.
Symptoms of alcohol poisoning include confusion vomiting seizures irregular breathing paler blue tinged skin.
No body temperature and -- consciousness if you suspect that someone has these symptoms seek immediate medical attention.
In New York Julie Banderas Fox News.
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