Tags » Griswold

Connecticut trooper revives overdose victim

GRISWOLD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut State Police say a trooper revived an apparent drug overdose victim in Griswold with an emergency antidote all troopers learned how to use just last month. 124 more words


State Police use NARCAN to revive man who overdosed

GRISWOLD – A recent training program for State Police helped a man who had overdosed Wednesday.

In September, Connecticut State Police troopers were trained to administer NARCAN, Intranasal Naloxone, which is given to counteract the overdose of Opiate based narcotics, such as heroin. 57 more words


Day 9 - Vidin, Belogradshik, Ice CREAM

On Saturday, October 25, we went ashore in Vidin, located in the extreme northwest section of Bulgaria, and drove an hour south to Belogradshik. The town, whose name means “small white town” is nestled in the Stara Planina Moutains and features fantastic rock formations that resemble Monument Valley. 511 more words


Day 8 - Cruising the Iron Gates

Friday, October 24, was a cruising day as we sailed through the Iron Gates. These are a series of gorges where the river narrows and is framed by massive stone cliffs on both sides, forming the boundary between Romania and Serbia. 446 more words


Day 5 - Mohács, Pécs, Villánykövesd

When we awakened onTuesday morning, 10/21, we were in Mohacs, Hungary, where we took our first shore excursion. We merely drove through Mohacs, which is a small village that is remarkable only for the fact that two of the most important battles in the history of Hungary were fought here. 848 more words


Setting Sail - Goodbye Vienna, Hello Budapest: Day 4

To do penance for our profligate performance in Vienna, we devoted this and the following days to culture and history. (And a decent amount of wine, as well). 959 more words


Vienna, Days Two and Three

Saturday and Sunday, 10/18 and 19, were great days, which I’ll be happy to recount. But first, the bad news.

There’s a lot of weeping in Vienna right now. 1,430 more words