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West Philadelphia nervously watches as fentanyl kills the unsuspecting

July 5, 2018 GMT

By Staff

At first, the medics thought the West Philadelphia man was having a heart attack. He had clutched his chest and passed out, they had been told at the scene, and now he was at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, intubated and still unresponsive.

Peter Sananman, the doctor on duty in the emergency room that day, took a look at the man’s pupils. They seemed small — like an opioid overdose patient’s might.

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