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Shocking Video – Body cam Footage Of Police Saving A Life

San Diego County Sheriffs Department released a video that has started to go viral from the shocking nature of the clip.

Corporal Scott Crane watched as his partner accidentally overdose on fentanyl and had to react quick to save his life.

See the shocking footage.

The San Diego County Shereiff’s Department wrote in the description of the video about how they have been trained for situations like this.

“Fentanyl continues to be one of the greatest threats facing San Diego County and the nation. This synthetic opiod is 50 times more potent than heroin. Just a few grains of fentanyl can be absorbed through the body and lead to respiratory failure and even death. ‘Fentanyl overdoses are on the rise throughout our county,’ said Sheriff Bill Gore in the public safety video. ‘Everyday, deputies recover fentanyl in our communities and the county jails are not immune to the dangers of this drug.’ “

“In 2014, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department became the first law enforcement agency in California and the Western United States to allow all deputies to carry Naloxone. Also known as Narcan, Naloxone is a nasal spray commonly used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Patrol deputies regularly use Naloxone on individuals they encounter who may be suffering from an overdose. Every deputy working in our county jails also carries Naloxone in the event someone in our custody is experiencing an overdose.”

Being a police officer is not easy.


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