Updated Aug 15, 2018 2:33 pm EDT
New Haven, Connecticut – An official in New Haven, Connecticut, said Wednesday there were a total of 25 overdoses over a three-hour period and some overdoses "in multiples of 4-6 at a time. "
The city's 911 center began receiving calls shortly after 8:00 am on potential overdoses on the New Haven Green, said Rick Fontana, director of emergency operations for the city. The answering staff found people suffering from "a variety of signs and symptoms ranging from vomiting, hallucinations, high blood pressure, superficial breathing, semi-conscious and unconscious states"
"Two people had life-threatening consequences, and the others did not ̵
Fire Chief John Alston Jr. said earlier that victims [K2syntheticMarihuana obviously consumed but researchers expect toxicological test results to confirm that. Synthetic marijuana is a plant material that is sprayed with chemicals that are high in water Can mimic the salary of real marijuana.
Sandy Bogucki, Medical Director of the EMS in New Haven, said that on Wednesday morning they had heard from people what "potentially" PCP contained, that some of the patients' response to the emergency department indicated that an opioid was involved.
Officials said the patients were "all different ages," and the anti-overdose medications given to some victims did not work.
No deaths were reported.
The police told CBS subsidiary WFSB that at least one person had been arrested on the Green and an unidentified person had received a drug sales violation.
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