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Florida Officer, Good Samaritan Resuscitate Apparent Overdose Victim

An officer with the Orlando Police Department was assisted by a Good Samaritan in reviving a person who had appeared to have overdosed on drugs.

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Oklahoma Officer Given Narcan After Fentanyl Exposure

An officer with the Bartlesville (OK) Police Department was given a potentially life-saving dose of Narcan after he fell to the floor during processing of evidence that included an amount of fentanyl late last week.

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Michigan Trooper Self-Administers Narcan After Contacting Powder During Traffic Stop

The trooper from the Tri-City Post was conducting the stop around 8:30 p.m. Sunday, March 31, on Interstate 675 and came into contact with the powder, believed to be a narcotic.

8 Ohio Deputies, 2 DEA Agents Hospitalized for Possible Fentanyl Exposure

At 5:30 a.m., deputies were responding to a residence in Rocky River for what appeared to be a raid involving DEA agents.

Video: 24 Guards, Inmates Treated for Opioid Exposure in Ohio Prison

As officers and medical responders arrived, a total of 28 individuals were treated through the administration of naloxone.

Connecticut Police Make Arrest in Connection With Mass Overdose Case

More than three dozen individuals appeared to have overdosed on the New Haven Green in Connecticut on Wednesday.

Oregon Deputy Uses Naloxone to Save K-9 from Accidental Overdose

A deputy with the Clackamas County (OR) Sheriff's Office was with his K-9 partner Abbie on Tuesday when the dog was exposed to heroin in a container.

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3 Wisconsin Officers Treated for Fentanyl Exposure

Officers said they spotted a man and a woman in a stolen vehicle in the parking lot. While searching that vehicle, officers say they removed a purse that had an unknown substance in it. One officer began feeling ill while still on the scene, the other showed symptoms back at the station.