A group of 6 Florida spring breakers overdosed on fentanyl and the drug was so powerful that even the guys who gave them mouth-to-mouth overdosed on it too
· · Mar 12, 2022 · NottheBee.com

This is unwise and we advise everyone who is considering doing this to not do this:

Cocaine laced with fentanyl caused a group of spring breakers to overdose on Thursday in Wilton Manors.

Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue personnel responded about 5 p.m. to a short-term rental vacation home, at 811 NW 29th Ct., and found six people suffering from a drug overdose, according to Chief Stephen Gollan.

"There were multiple people in cardiac arrest in the front yard ... Narcan was deployed as quickly as possible," said Gollan about the medicine used for the treatment of opioid overdose.

It turns out the guys were West Point cadets and football players.

Six West Point football players on spring break in Florida overdosed on fentanyl-laced cocaine, leaving two in critical condition, authorities and reports said Friday...

The group — all men in their early 20s — were in town to celebrate spring break from the US Military Academy at West Point in New York, officials said.

Six West Point cadets ODing on fentanyl one-right-after-another is insane enough.

But check this out...

Fire Rescue personnel rushed them to Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale. Gollan said cocaine laced with fentanyl is so potent that two who administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation also fell ill. Fire Rescue personnel took them to Holy Cross Hospital.

Wooooooooow.

Don't do drugs, kids. Adults, also, don't do drugs. Nobody...nobody do drugs. It's not smart to begin with and now there is fentanyl in EVERYTHING so you are literally gambling with your life just to act like an idiot and do some blow on spring break.

STOP DOING ILLICIT DRUGS. That is all.


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