Fire Deputy Chief Terry Walsh responds to a possible heroin overdose in July by an 18-year-old male in Portland, Maine. Over the years, calls of overdose and related "cardiac arrest" calls have increased and become routine in the city.
Fire Deputy Chief Terry Walsh responds to a possible heroin overdose in July by an 18-year-old male in Portland, Maine. Over the years, calls of overdose and related "cardiac arrest" calls have increased and become routine in the city. Linda Davidson The Washington Post
Fire Deputy Chief Terry Walsh responds to a possible heroin overdose in July by an 18-year-old male in Portland, Maine. Over the years, calls of overdose and related "cardiac arrest" calls have increased and become routine in the city. Linda Davidson The Washington Post

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