California Faces Surge in Fentanyl-Related Deaths

By
Pablo Delgado
1 min read

The surge of suspected fentanyl-related deaths in California has prompted warnings and actions across the state. Marin County experienced five deaths in two weeks in February, while South Lake Tahoe saw four deaths after sharing drinks that were believed to be cocaine during Super Bowl Sunday. Additionally, three people were found dead in a downtown Los Angeles loft this year. As a response, test strips are being distributed to address the alarming increase in fentanyl-related deaths. The state remains on high alert as authorities continue their investigations. The situation underscores the critical need for vigilance and preventive measures to combat the fentanyl crisis.

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