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HUNTINGTON - If the first three weeks of the year are any example, the number of drug overdoses in the Tri-State is getting worse, possibly much worse, in Cabell County, Boyd County and Lawrence County, Ohio, in 2017.

Two years ago, the Boyd County Emergency Medical Services ambulance crews spent $2,500 on Narcan, a drug which can revive heroin drug overdoses.


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