Cops and rescue personnel in two New Jersey counties will carry a drug that counteracts a heroin overdose during a trial program. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced a new program that will be tried in Ocean and Monmouth counties as a way to save lives more quickly following a heroin overdose. Every police officer in both counties will be carrying naloxone within six weeks.
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