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Police Save Three People From Fentanyl Overdoses by Applying Narcan

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Police Save Three People From Fentanyl Overdoses by Applying Narcan

Police Save Three People From Fentanyl Overdoses by Applying Narcan

Body cam footage shows officers saving three people from fatally overdosing on fentanyl, which is 50x stronger than heroin.

This video, "Police Save Three People From Fentanyl Overdoses by Applying Narcan", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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