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Shocking 911 calls have revealed the scary moments after multiple West Point cadets overdosed on cocaine-laced with fentanyl at a Florida party last week.

The incident took place last Thursday when five West Point students and one other person took the super-potent opioid fentanyl. According to Army officials, two cadets are still in the hospital.

According to audio of more than four minute of emergency calls obtained by Daily Mail, an unidentified caller told a female emergency dispatcher that they consumed "some coke and we are not getting good responses right now." The caller shared that three people had "passed out because they drank a lot."

After the call got disconnected, the male caller dialed 911 again and got connected with another dispatcher. He said that they "did some coke and they have been drinking heavily for the last couple days." He was also heard consoling someone. Soon, the frantic caller reportedly informed the dispatcher that the paramedics had reached the Wilton Manors Airbnb.

One of the cadets who was hospitalized is an Army football player, a West Point official told the Associated Press. Another football player at the house was not hospitalized, said the official, who didn’t reveal any names.

Last Friday, the New York academy’s public affairs office released a statement saying that its officials are “aware of the situation involving West Point cadets, which occurred Thursday night in the community of Wilton Manors.”

According to Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue Battalion Chief Steve Gollan, the two critically ill victims were on ventilators while two other victims were in stable condition. One victim was in good condition and one was released.

CNN reported that a suspect is in custody in connection to the sale of a fentanyl-laced powder substance that allegedly triggered overdoses last week. According to ABC News, 21-year-old Axel Giovany Casseus was arrested on Friday on charges of trafficking cocaine and burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. The Broward County Sheriff's Office shared that Casseus is being held on $50,000 bond. The arrest report revealed that an undercover detective bought $1,000 of cocaine from Casseus a day after he allegedly sold to the victims last Thursday.

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