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By the end of May, every firefighter in Chattanooga will have completed online training about xylazine, a sedative veterinary drug, based on information from the DEA
Opioid settlement funding will continue for 11 to 18 years, and it is expected that more settlements will be forthcoming. Is your agency getting its share?
The first responders experienced tingling hands and blurred vision following the incident
Willimantic Fire Department members responded to a fire involving “a one-pot methamphetamine lab,” officials said Monday
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Authorities have not named a suspect at this time and officials said it is not clear how anyone gained access to the narcotics
Robert Duncan, U.S. attorney for eastern Kentucky, called the doctors involved “white-coated drug dealers”
The collaboration will provide agencies a streamlined way of managing and tracking narcotic distribution
A Florida firefighter claims coca tea leaves he brought back after hiking Machu Picchu in Peru caused him to fail a drug test
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The September 2016 blast killed Michael Fahy, a 17-year fire department veteran whom Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro called “a star” of the department
Mark Monroe was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by 10 years of special parole
Here’s an overview of what naloxone is and how responders are helping curb the opioid epidemic
One pharmaceutical company is offering a $6 rebate for every naloxone syringe bought by non-federal first-responder agencies
The funding would fight the deadly heroin and prescription narcotic epidemic by focusing on treatment and prevention