We’ve all seen the following scene play out on TV: On the side of the road a car is parked, the headlights lights still left on. The driver is out of the vehicle, standing on the shoulder of the road, while an officer instructs them to stand on one foot or touch their finger to their nose. The driver starts to sway, or even completely loses their balance.
The fentanyl overdose epidemic continues to leave its mark on the state of Maryland. Last year, the number of overdose deaths tied to the synthetic drug reached an all-time high and 2018 is looking like it will even surpass that number.