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  • Video of Officer’s Collapse After Handling Powder Draws Skepticism

    The New York Times - 08/09/2021

    An opioid overdose tends to leave victims with shallow, almost undetectable breath, limp limbs, blue lips and fingertips, and gurgling sounds coming from the mouth, said Leo Beletsky, a professor of law and health sciences at Northeastern University in Boston.

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