Live Rescue: Bad Batch Overdose (Season 2) | A&E

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Medics respond to a call on the radio for a possible OD that came in from a passerby in this clip from “2.24.20”. #LiveRescue
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50 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Bad Batch Overdose (Season 2) | A&E

  1. Poor guy. Normally I’m harsh on junkies and think narcan just extends the agony. But not here. You can hear in his voice his anguish and shame. I hope he gets the help he desperately needs.

  2. Dayum! Capt Carlos is freakin fine! He saves lives, he's gorgeous wtf! I am born and raised here in NJ but my town definitely doesn't have any officer that 🔥 geesus! 😇🙏💪💜🤗 A mom somewhere is super proud she raised him to be an amazing human being. 😉🌞

  3. Paramedic said 7th overdose of the day. My God. I understand there is debate about them "self inflicting" their situation and their addictions , but putting blame aside momentarily and putting outfront human nature & compassion this is an epidemic. Wondering how it also must take it's toll on medical workers

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