Anti-heroin overdose medicine Narcan made available to public in Ocean County

The drug credited with helping police save dozens

The drug credited with helping police save dozens of overdose victims across New Jersey will be jumping from the squad car to the medicine cabinet. (July 8, 2014 7:30 PM)

The drug credited with helping police save dozens of overdose victims across New Jersey will be jumping from the squad car to the medicine cabinet.

Narcan, the antidote helping put the brakes on the rash of fatal heroin overdoses in New Jersey, now comes in a take-home version.

In Ocean County, Prosecutor Joseph Coronato says it's the next step in reversing a trend that killed 112 people...

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