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NCPD: Narcan Administered on Woman in Methadone Program

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Narcan was administered to a woman after she stopped breathing.

Massapequa Park, NY - June 15, 2014 - The Seventh Precinct reports the details of an Aided that occurred in Massapequa Park at 2:18 pm on June 14, 2014.
 
Police Officers and a Nassau County Ambulance Medical Technician responded to a local restaurant on Sunrise Highway, for a 48 year old female who was incoherent and had difficulty standing and walking.  The female aided who is part of a methadone program was transported to a local hospital and while enroute stopped breathing.  The AMT administered Narcan to the female who then became conscious and alert upon arrival at the hospital. 
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