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'Vomiting, Organ Damage' Caused By Bad Batch Of Drug | Patch PM

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There was plenty of news across Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

Meet DC, Virginia’s Most Annoying Robocallers

Few things are as irritating as seeing your phone buzz, picking it up and realizing it's a robocall, many of them scam or telemarketing calls. That includes 134.6 million robocalls in Virginia, and 29.2 million robocalls in the District of Columbia.

Winter Storm Warning In Place For Northern Virginia, DC

A winter storm with the potential to bring six inches of snow, topped with ice, is headed to the Washington, D.C., region between Tuesday night and Wednesday evening. Virginia transportation officials ask residents to stay off the roads until they're clear.

Car Struck During Pursuit, 2 Hospitalized

Virginia State Police say they've arrested a driver after a chase leading to a crash in Alexandria Monday that sent two others to area hospitals with injuries.

Mayor Issues 'Emergency Alert' Over 'Dangerous' Batch Of K2

A "potentially dangerous" batch of K2 has hit D.C. streets, authorities warned over the weekend.

Also known as 'Spice,' K2 is a horrifying drug mixed with unknown substances that cause vomiting, organ damage, and convulsions," a official tweet said.

2 Dead In Fiery Crash, Police Investigating

A fiery crash over the weekend killed two people and left their remains unrecognizable. Police believe a newer model Honda CRV was speeding, left the roadway and struck a utility pole.

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