“Florida Cop Rescues Deputy from Fentanyl Exposure in Routine Traffic Stop”

By | August 13, 2023

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A Florida police officer, Deputy Nick Huzior, was rescued from fentanyl exposure during a routine traffic stop. Huzior collapsed after administering an on-site substance test and was quickly treated by his fellow officer, Deputy Kyle Gaddie, who administered Narcan to reverse the effects of the overdose. The incident occurred after Huzior pulled over George Clemons for fleeing a hit-and-run scene. Clemons was arrested on charges including DUI and possession of fentanyl. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is more than 100 times more potent than morphine and is responsible for thousands of deaths each year in the US. Oceania TOPNews.MEDIA reported

A Florida police officer’s body camera recorded the moment he saved another deputy from exposure to fentanyl during a routine traffic stop. Deputy Nick Huzior had pulled over a driver who fled a hit-and-run scene and was suspected of driving under the influence. The officer collapsed after administering an on-site substance test and showed signs of fentanyl exposure. Deputy First Class Kyle Gaddie quickly administered Narcan, a drug used to reverse the effects of a fentanyl overdose, to Huzior. Despite initially persisting symptoms, Huzior eventually recovered and was taken to a nearby hospital. The driver, George Clemons, was found with various narcotics in his vehicle and was arrested on multiple charges. Sheriff Rick Staly praised Gaddie for potentially saving Huzior’s life and emphasized the dangers that law enforcement officers face daily due to drugs like fentanyl. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is significantly more potent than morphine and has caused numerous deaths in the US..

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