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Heroin overdose antidote Narcan to be held on MTA trains

A heroin antidote is going to be onboard MTA trains. The drug Narcan will be held on trains in the event of a heroin overdose. The money is coming from a New York Attorney General's program.

News 12 Staff

May 13, 2014, 7:26 PM

Updated 3,693 days ago

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A heroin antidote is going to be onboard MTA trains.
The drug Narcan will be held on trains in the event of a heroin overdose.
The money is coming from a New York Attorney General's program.
At least $40,000 from civil and criminal forfeiture cases will be spent on 670 Narcan kits.
The kits will be carried by MTA officers on the LIRR and Metro-North.
Police officers in Suffolk and Nassau counties already carry Narcan.


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