MCKEESPORT, Pa. (AP) — A job fair for one of Pennsylvania's first medical marijuana processing plants has drawn hundreds of potential applicants.

Videos posted on social media Thursday show hundreds of people in line hoping to land a job at PurePenn's future facility in McKeesport, a city about 12 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

The company's website says it will grow cannabis plants and produce pharmaceutical-grade capsules, ointments and oils.

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