Barrie teenagers call 911 after taking drugs, getting lost in the woods

Police in Barrie, Ont., say two men who took an illicit drug had to call 911 when they couldn't find their way out of a bush. Police and EMS, with the help of dogs, found two 19-year-old men who were "silently staring off into the sky."

2 men found 'silently staring off into the sky' with the help of dogs

Police in Barrie, Ont., say two men who took an illicit drug had to call 911 when they couldn't find their way out of a bush.

The call came in Tuesday from the pair, who said they were lost.

Police say it became clear both were under the influence of a drug of some sort.

The two 19-year-old men were found in a woodlot called Lackie's Bush in Barrie, Ont.,, according to the Barrie Examiner. (Google)

Barrie police and EMS, with the help of dogs, found two 19-year-old men who were "silently staring off into the sky."

The pair were located in a woodlot called Lackie's Bush, according to the Barrie Examiner. 

Police say it took several attempts to talk to the men to determine they had consumed an illicit drug and were extremely disoriented.

They were taken to hospital for their safety, and police say no charges will be laid.

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