Overdose fatalities down in Nashua

Opioid-related deaths half that of last year during same two-month period

Staff photo by Damien Fisher The Safe Station sign above the entrance at the Nashua Fire and Rescue headquarters on East Hollis Street.

NASHUA – While Nashua ambulance personnel encountered 14 percent more suspected opioid overdose cases in January and February than it did for the same period last year, the number of opioid-related deaths dropped from six last year to three this year, according to statistics provided by American Medical Response exeuctive director Christopher Stawasz.

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