Mother Warning Parents After Daughter Slipped Synthetic ‘N-Bomb’ Drug

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CHESTERFIELD, MO (KTVI)-- Federal agents and local police are warning parents about a new synthetic LSD being marketed to children in the area.

It's called "N-Bomb” and it can cause hallucinations, damage a person’s body and even kill them.

A West County mother says someone slipped the synthetic acid into her 15-year-old daughter's drink at a kid's party.

The girl suffered horrible symptoms but has recovered.

Her mother is spreading the word about the drug danger.

The DEA says people in three states have died from "N-Bomb."

Click here for more information on the drug.

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