Health officials say a norovirus caused dozens of high school-aged hockey players to get sick while at a suburban Detroit rink for a tournament.
Wayne County health officials confirmed the source of the illnesses Friday.
The Taylor Fire Department says the youth hockey players and some others were at the Taylor Sportsplex in Taylor on Sunday night when some began vomiting.
Some were taken for treatment by ambulance and others were taken by private vehicles to area hospitals. The city-owned complex was shut down so air and water tests could be performed.
The building also was being cleaned this week.
Norovirus is part of a family of viruses that are spread person-to-person and cause flu-like symptoms including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach cramping.