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“He was riding away on a bicycle. The last thing he said was, ‘I love you.’"
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is warning of a new drug similar to heroin, but two to three times stronger. "Pink" is blamed for at least a dozen deaths in Georgia.
Editor's note: This is the fourth part of our "Back to the Triangle" series.
Heroin and opioids killed more people in counties inside The Triangle than murders and car accidents combined in 2015.
When someone is dependent on heroin, the drug affects more than the user. In this episode, we profile the families of heroin users inside The Triangle to understand how the drug impacts everyone.
Young people are still dying, and not just in our wealthy suburbs.
There’s a drug that can immediately reverse the deadly effects of heroin during an overdose. When administered in time, naloxone can save lives.
I am not an addict.
Children are a growing group of victims affected by heroin across Georgia.