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Alberta First Nation continues to alert after more drug addicts



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The Blood Tribe Police Service says 22 overdoses answered Tuesday through Thursday.

And Blood Tribe EMS replied that it responded more than 50 hours at the same time.

The first responses state that a carfentanil with a strong synthetic opioid has been found to be mixed with an unknown substance.

The authors ask the Stand Off people for bookings if they want to use drugs.

Police chief Kyle Melting Tallow can report all drug activities and traffickers.

"Drug traffickers continue to catch in our community," said Friday on Facebook.

"They take advantage of our vulnerable community and the socioeconomic situation, many people get caught up in the dependency cycle and do not know how to seek help."

This year, the community declared emergency carfentanil after overdose.

Stand Off is Canada's largest reserve and Blood Tribe has 10,000 members. (CFFR, Canadian Press)


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