(WKOW) — There isn’t a neighborhood that hasn’t had an opiate overdose occur within it, health officials say.
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And the epidemic is hitting home.
“You see all people of different shapes, sizes, colors, and income levels,” they say. “it’s pretty eye-opening, just the numbers.”
Whether it’s a hotel or a home, whether it’s out on the street or a highway, unfortunately they see a lot of people that do die — and sometimes it’s in staggering numbers.
How big is the problem? We look into the impact right here at home, Thursday on 27 News at 10.