In the ever growing drug epidemic in Fayette County first responders are faced with new challenges in dealing with drug trafficking and its abuse.

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It is sad to see especially in our local area how bad the drug problems have become. It affects everyone involved, for those who try endlessly to get the addict help, and possibly the person not wanting the help, or having relapses. Or for that matter, what sparked the interest to start drugs. Was it a low point in their life, a weakness they couldn't deal with, influences from a stronger person? And then the end results, the loved ones left behind feeling they were helpless or failed the victim. I wish it was something that could be controlled and stopped.

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