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A one-year-old baby was revived from an overdose after being exposed to fentanyl. The drug was found inside the home and in the crib.

As police continue to investigate how three seventh grade boys in Connecticut got their hands on fentanyl inside their school last week, officials announced new efforts to ensure it never happens again. A 13-year-old died after ingesting a lethal dose.

A child abuse investigation led Panama City Police to find more than 34,000 lethal doses of fentanyl hidden in a baby crib.

Lynn man and his mother charged with running drug ring that sold thousands of fentanyl laced pills

OPP officers seized fentanyl valued at more than $100,000 in a search Tuesday of a home in Dashwood, police said.

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A 1-year-old baby was revived from an overdose after being exposed to fentanyl that was in the infant's crib.

Baby overdoses; fentanyl found in crib

A baby was revived from an overdose after being exposed to fentanyl. The drug was found in the infant's crib.

A 1-year-old baby was revived from an overdose after being exposed to fentanyl. The drug was found inside the home and in the crib.

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The No. 1 cause of death of U.S. adults ages 18-45 is not COVID, car wrecks, cancer or guns. It's Fentanyl. It's pouring into the U.S. because of open border policies supported by Biden & Beto. TX officials have seized enough to kill most Americans.

More adults between 18 and 45 died of fentanyl overdoses in 2020 than COVID-19, motor vehicle accidents, cancer and suicide

#BREAKING : Two Columbus Police officers with the narcotics unit were arrested and charged with crimes related to distributing nearly eight kilograms of fentanyl, the US Attorney's Office announced.

Welcome 2 Pres Biden’s America where 10,000 pounds of fentanyl hv been seized by Customs & Border patrol so far this fiscal yr which is enough to kill over 2 billion ppl or more than 1/4 of the world’s population

Breaking News: Over 100,000 people in the U.S. died of drug overdoses as the pandemic spread, surpassing the toll of gun violence and car crashes combined. The nearly 30% rise in deaths last year was fueled by the use of fentanyl.

JUST IN: Legal docs, obtained by TMZ, Fetty and others distributed more than 100 kilograms of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl and crack cocaine across Long Island and New Jersey

The ban on fentanyl expires in eight days. The Senate has already acted—unanimously! Why have House Democrats dragged their feet? They are more focused on removing President Trump from office than they are on removing fentanyl from our communities.

Chairman Jerry Nadler has been so busy impeaching a duly-elected president, he's done NOTHING about the looming ban on fentanyl—a life-saver in combatting the opioid crisis. The opportunity costs of Dems' impeachment sham have been catastrophic.

While Chairman Nadler wastes taxpayer time on a partisan impeachment sham, he is failing to do his actual job on the Judiciary Committee. The Senate has unanimously (!) passed a ban on fentanyl. The same legislation languishes on Nadler’s desk.

The Senate voted unanimously to ban the flow of fentanyl, but House Democrats have been too busy impeaching the President to do anything about the worst drug epidemic in our country's history. Lives are on the line. Americans deserve better.

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