City morgues across America filled thanks to heroin overdoses

TOWNS THAT DREAD SUNDOWN..

The bodies are stacked high–from the floor to the ceiling. =

This CNN story is focusing on Ohio–even a tidbit about a sheriff of Clermont County whose wife is a heroin addict.
Police and officials have learned in the state that the drug addiction crisis is not just about treating addicts as criminals: Medical experts now need to have a say..

One focal point is Montgomery County in Ohio: Experts are predicting that there are going to be about 800 overdose deaths this year–doubling last year’s 349.

Interstates 70 and 75 are the hubs for cartel and dealers–those two major highways cross the nation and have been using Ohio as the the destination point of shipments for the Northeast corridor..

This is similar to my own state: Interstates 80 and 81 intersect in Hazleton. There is an amazing restaurant called TOP OF THE 80S, but the town is also the location of a drug-hub ..

Heroin highways is what they are called: Major highways that are used to continue the drug nightmare all across a nation with towns that dread sundown..

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