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5 suspected fentanyl overdoses lead to 2 deaths in Union Metropolis: police

(KRON) — Two persons are lifeless and three others are recovering following a number of separate suspected fentanyl overdoses throughout the span of 24 hours, based on the Union Metropolis Police Division.

First Incident

Officers responded to the report of an unresponsive particular person Tuesday morning within the space of Medallion Drive and Whipple Street. The particular person was taken to an area hospital the place they had been pronounced lifeless. Based on police, fentanyl is suspected to be an element of their dying.

Second Incident

Within the night, medical personnel responded to the report of an unresponsive particular person, “who was chilly to the contact”, on the Hayward-Union Metropolis border. The particular person, a 17-year-old, was pronounced lifeless on the scene, police mentioned.

A second unresponsive particular person was discovered close by and revived by paramedics earlier than being taken to an area hospital. Foul play doesn’t seem to have performed a job on this incident. Based on UCPD, proof of narcotics had been positioned at each spots the place the unresponsive people had been discovered.

Third Incident

The Alameda County Hearth Division responded early Wednesday morning to the report of an unresponsive particular person in a restroom on the 33000 block of Western Avenue. Based on police, the person was gasping for air. Narcan was administered by ACFD which stabilized the person earlier than they had been taken to an area hospital.

On the identical property, one other particular person was discovered unresponsive in a automobile shortly after within the parking zone. Narcan was administered and the person was revived and brought to an area hospital. Suspected fentanyl was discovered within the automobile, police mentioned.

Detectives are actively investigating the incidences to establish a attainable supply. Anybody with info is requested to contact UCPD at 510-675-5207 or at suggestions@unioncity.org.

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