More than $ 20 million in fentanyl drugs were confiscated by the Nebraska State Patrol during a routine traffic stop. It was the largest fentanyl attack in the history of Nebraska.
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Largest Fentanyl Confiscation in Nebraska
The bust is the largest fentanyl seizure in Nebraska's history and one of the largest in the United States.
The drugs were confiscated during a routine traffic check. Colonel John Bolduc, Lieutenant Colonel of the Nebraska, said the soldiers made a lorry on the shoulder track suspicious and ordered them to search the vehicle, eventually leading to the discovery of illegal drugs hiding in a hiding place were comp.
The troopers did not immediately test the drugs because of the dangerous nature of the substance. They first thought that most drugs were cocaine, but further testing revealed that this was all fentanyl.
"Further tests by the NSP Crime Lab have confirmed that the entire 118 pounds of drugs were confiscated during a traffic stop. On April 24 in Buffalo County is fentanyl," the Nebraska State Patrol said in a statement. "Without question, this traffic stop saved thousands of lives."
Fentanyl is a potent opioid that is up to 100 times more potent than morphine and up to 50 times more potent than heroin. The drug is dangerous to anyone who comes in contact with it because it can be accidentally inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
There were cases of police officers and overdose druggists who became ill due to accidental exposure to the drug  Last year, three police officers were taken to a hospital in Everett, Massachusetts
after suffering a car accident involving three men who were suspected of drug overdose responded. The police showed symptoms of overdose after finding fentanyl in a cigarette box in the car.
A fentanyl raid on the Duluth Police Department, which also took place last year, also became a dangerous situation. A police officer and a crime scene technician had to be quarantined because they were exposed to the drug.
Taken amount of fentanyl could kill more than 26 million people
The US Drug Administration said that only 2 milligrams of fentanyl can kill it, meaning that the amount of drug that was taken into custody would be enough to kill 26.8 million people. The value of the drug is estimated at over $ 20 million
The driver of the truck, the 46-year-old Felipe Genao-Minaya, and the 52-year-old passenger Nelson Nunez from New Jersey were arrested.
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