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Man Who Overdosed In Mundelein Revived After Officers Inject Naloxone

CHICAGO (STMW) – Officers revived a man who had overdosed on opiates Saturday night in northwest suburban Mundelein.

Police responded to the 0-100 block of North Emerald and found a man unresponsive on the bathroom floor, according to a statement from Mundelein police. 158 more words

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Vehicle Crashes Into Side Of Library In Downtown Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Authorities are investigating after a vehicle crashed into the side of a library in downtown Duluth.

According to police, the vehicle rolled through an intersection Tuesday afternoon and crashed into the Duluth Public Library. 68 more words

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Teen’s fentanyl overdose highlights troubling trend in Alberta

CALGARY – It’s known on the street as green beans, green jellies or street Oxy—which is why some people can be confused as to what it is. 351 more words

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Negotiating with David and Goliath

Over the past couple of weeks life has seemed like one long negotiation. Since I’m selling much of my furniture and looking to rent out my house, every day consists of trade-offs with prospective buyers and tenants. 534 more words

Autopsy on overdose nurse reveals drug addiction

The Chronicle 24 February 2015

Queensland Health Clinical Forensic Medical Unit senior medical forensic officer Dr Gary Hall was charged with yesterday analysing Mrs Howman’s autopsy report, which was originally compiled by the late Dr Roger Guard.

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Doctor describes drugs that sent 11 Wesleyan students to hospital

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)- Nearly a dozen Wesleyan University students had to go to the hospital Sunday morning due to symptoms resembling drug overdose. Police say the students took a drug known as “Molly.” 290 more words

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Police Investigating Hospitalization of 11 Wesleyan University Students

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — Police in Connecticut are investigating whether Wesleyan University students hospitalized with symptoms of overdoses on the drug known as “Molly” had taken a bad batch. 123 more words

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