New City Resident’s Life Saved After Use of a New Heroin Antidote

According to Clarkstown Police, an officer used a newly released Heroin antidote to a woman to save her life on Tuesday. Police stated that a 50 year old New City resident went into respiratory distress after usually a Fentanyl Patch as pain relief, which is more potent than Heroin or Morphine. Around 4:45 in the Morning, an officer administered Narcan, which was distributed to various New York police departments this summer and is made from the drug Naloxone. The woman was able to start breathing on her own after two doses.

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