NH Officials Warn Officers Of Drug Dangers

New Hampshire officials are trying to protect  first responders who might have to deal with the dangerous opioid  carfentanil.  They're urging first responders to wear gloves and masks  when they encounter a room that may have the drug inside and, better  yet, not to touch anything in the room or don't even go in.  

Those  directives came yesterday as city leaders in Manchester got together for  a round table discussion about carfentanil's potentially deadly impact  on first responders.  

One fire department member said they're now  carrying some of the anti-overdose drug Narcan just for themselves, if  needed.   


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