Police have issued a warning over the potential dangers of drugs after two people were rushed to hospital in Saturday night.
An investigation has been launched after two teenagers were hospitalised after suffered a serious medical episode after taking an illegal substance in Liss.
Paramedics treated the pair before they were rushed to Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
The remain in a stable condition
Officers are appealing for information to help assist with their investigation.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 101 and quote reference 44190083690.
Hampshire police said in a stamtent:
We want to make you aware that we are investigating after two 16-year-old boys suffered a serious medical episode last night (March 9) after taking an illegal substance in Liss.
Both boys, one from Hindhead and one from Liphook, are currently in Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
We would like to remind people of our clear message not to experiment with drugs, of any kind.
Even just dabbling could have terrible consequences for your health, life and family.
We would encourage anyone with concerns to seek advice from appropriate agencies.
Luckily, these boys and are now in a stable condition and recovering.