Most suffering symptoms of patients after the drug "were not able to explain the problems," Warring says. "A lot of them aren't vocal and they can't walk."
"All these people are symptomatic, lying on the ground, in need of help, but unable to communicate what they need," Rawles said. "That's why I commend the Fire and EMS staff for doing an exceptional job of identifying the problem.
The insulin-injecting pharmacist was not hired at the facility, Warring said.
" I've never seen where there was some kind of medical accident of such magnitude, "Rolles said." But again, it could be much worse. To not diminish where we are, but to think where we can be, can certainly be very, very tragic. "
All 10 patients were taken to a local hospital, Warring says. Few remained hospitalized on Thursday due to long-acting insulin.
An investigation is underway at Bartlesville police, Warring says. "We will take steps to find out if we will take additional steps," he said.
There were no calls to Jacquelyn House and AbilityWorks. returned immediately.