Oct. 30, site 2015

Citing Heroin Overdoses, healing Twin Cities Nonprofit Offering Antidote Kits, Training

PIONEER PRESS -- In an effort to prevent deadly heroin overdoses, a Twin Cities nonprofit group is offering Saturday training and medical kits that can potentially save lives.

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