ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Four people were hospitalized Thursday morning in Orange Park for overdosing on a homemade hallucinogenic concoction involving a flower.
It happened while two children were inside the home.
Neighbors say police have been called to the trailer before off Collins Road in Orange Park. Thursday morning paramedics transported four people.
The four adults were described by police as being seriously impaired.
Neighbor Odella Coons says they were messed up. "They could still move around they did not know what was going on. They were yuck," Coons said
Officers on the scene learned a flower called Angel Trumpet was used to make a drink that will make you hallucinate. In the neighborhood attention turned to children whom police say were calm and in good condition.
"The young girl inside the house whenever anything happens she automatically calls 911," Gene Dixon said.
Dixon lives next door. He says a month ago he called the Department of Children and Family Services. He was concerned about the children.
"It seems like almost set your watch and calender every two weeks something happens at this place," Dixon said.
DCF says its has an ongoing investigation. Now with four adults according to police overdosing, a DCF spokesman says this incident increases their concern to find out what is going on.
Neighbors say they are waiting to see what happens next as their primary concern is the children who were inside the home.