Well, New Jersey just set an overdose death record for the fourth year in a row. Everything is “extra” in New Jersey, even their amount of overdose deaths caused by the usual suspect, fentanyl.
Mass overdoses, here we go again. It’s all too often that I read headlines of multiple overdoses here, bad dope over there, and more overdoses in a single hour than a town has seen in an entire month.
Walmart…the land of strange happenings, odd people, and your average drug addict running around causing chaos.
Christmas 2018 has officially come and gone and left tight belts, grown waistlines, and a bout of heartburn that’ll take a week to handle. It’s also, unfortunately, left many families in complete shambles after an addict ruined their holiday celebrations… again.
Elephant tranquilizers were the new heroin almost two years ago after carfentanil found its way onto city streets and started causing mass overdoses all over the country.
Thank goodness for some good news among all the bad. We’re currently experiencing what’s being called the United States’ worst public health crisis in the new millennium.
Drug dealers have been getting away with their part in fatal drug overdoses for way too long.
The existence of overdose “hot spots” around the country is a phenomenon that’s been occurring for quite some time throughout the opioid crisis .
Florida never ceases to amaze me with the crazy headlines that come out of the state, especially in Pasco County. It seems like whenever something strange or completely outlandish happens, it comes out of Pasco.
Fentanyl and heroin are bad enough. We certainly don’t need something even more dangerous to start causing chaos in our society, but that’s precisely what’s happening.