Ten people in northern Oklahoma were hospitalized after it was reported Wednesday that they had been given insulin instead of influenza.
KTUL in Tulsa reports that it happened at Jacquelyn House, a care facility in Bartlesville. Police say first responders arrived and found a number of people unanswered.
CNN reports that eight of the patients are residents of the facility and two are employees. They all end up in the hospital.
The pharmacist who has administered the insulin is reported to be a contractor who is hired to go to the facility to take flu shots.
The reason why the wrong medicine is administered is being investigated. .