Ocala Pharmacy On Polo Ponies Deaths
It's a tragedy that veterinarians are calling "almost unheard of." An Ocala pharmacy admits to making a mistake that could have caused the death of 21 horses on their way to compete in a championship polo match in South Florida.
Yesterday, a statement was released by Franck's Pharmacy in Ocala, stating that the company had incorrectly prepared medication given to the horses.
TV20's Sarah Pusateri shows us an area vet's perspective on the incident.
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