Media Release: Yuba County Sheriff Deputies have administered Narcan in three potential overdose cases in less than 24 hours.
Yuba County Sheriff's Office is warning the public that three separate cases of suspected drug overdoses were treated by deputies with Narcan overnight, with all 3 patients being transported to a local hospital for treatment.
At approximately 11 p.m. 10/27/21, Deputies responded to the 1100 block of North Beale Road in Linda, regarding a female found unresponsive in a parking lot. The patient was treated with Narcan and given rescue breathing by deputies. She was revived before being transported to the hospital.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. this morning 10/28/21, Deputies were dispatched to an alleged overdose in the 2200 block of McGowan Parkway in Olivehurst. A male patient was located unconscious and not breathing, with a needle in his arm. The responding deputy administered Narcan and the patient was revived prior to being transported to the hospital.
At approximately 12:40 a.m. this morning, deputies responded to another medical aid call in the 1700 block of 6th Street in Olivehurst for a female found unresponsive in a home, suspected of an overdose. Deputies again administered Narcan and the patient was revived prior to being transported to the hospital.
Information reports were generated for referral to the local narcotics task force, for further investigation. Bottom line - illegal drugs are more dangerous than ever with the potential for overdose and fentanyl deaths on the rise across the country!