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Record number of heroin-related deaths reported on LI

According to medical examiners, 110 people died in

According to medical examiners, 110 people died in Nassau and Suffolk counties last year from heroin overdoses. (March 11, 2013 7:55 AM)

New statistics have revealed that a record number of people have died on Long Island from heroin use. According to medical examiners, 110 people died in Nassau and Suffolk counties last year from heroin-related overdoses. According to Newsday, 83 of them overdosed in Suffolk alone. A special investigation found many are turning to heroin because the crackdown on prescription abuse makes it harder...

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