Live Rescue: Sedated at the Liquor Store (Season 1) | A&E

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Medics attend to a man who had severely overdosed on drugs and was hallucinating and being violent in his neighborhood. After giving him several doses of Ketamine, he falls asleep in this clip from “6.24.19.” #LiveRescue
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47 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Sedated at the Liquor Store (Season 1) | A&E

  1. I was in jail with that guy just ran across his a couple of months back in county lol sad to say he's still doing meth but he still works at that liquor store I should take a picture with him and post it on here or something HAHAHAHA

  2. I didn't understand why you forcibly put the sleep him out. He wasn't resisting you at first. You guys didn't need to do that. you took advantage of his weakness. You guys abused him. This is disgusting. I hope you all will experience everything you have given him. I am really sorry for him.

  3. am i the only one whos a but uncomfortable with how they gave him the ketamine without his consent. like i get that he could have become violent but he wasn't, he was just trying to get away. like there were 5 guys crowding into his personal space which couldn't have been nice. of course im no paramedic, it just seems a bit weird

  4. I recently had ketamine for a pain crisis. It was a last ditch effort because we had tried everything else. I was already pretty medicated when I received the ketamine (as an infusion). I had a low dose so I would not be completely sedated. However I had an unusual reaction to it. It was very concerning to the staff so I basically always had a doctor or nurse with me during it. I went completely silent. I would sit up and then lay down. I also had my heart rate shoot up. Apparently the ketamine sedated me but also induced a panic attack. I don’t remember much of it but I do remember feeling like I was having a panic attack but also feeling trapped as I could not communicate or move much. It was so terrifying. I will never consent to having ketamine again, and I will never understand why people use it for fun.

  5. I remember 9 years ago, I used to go to this liquor store with my cousins and steal stuff and just go around the Big Bowl Restaurant next to the liquor store and head over to there house and have a party. Those were some great times

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