Mystery Illness Strikes 12 High School Football Players

"What we were told it was the perfect storm," Debbie Laughlin, whose son was among the 34 athletes tested, told KATU. "It was probably a whole combination of things and they can't really explain exactly why, because it is so rare."

"There's no one at fault here," Josh Nice's father, Dennis, said. "This is a once in a lifetime occurrence."

As of this afternoon, one of the athletes had been released from the hospital. The rest were listed in good condition and were expected to be released Sunday or Monday, Davis said.

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