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Suspected Fentanyl Overdose At Indian Trial High School – Student Expected To Be OK

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Kenosha Police and Fire At Indian Trail High School Monday
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KCE has been made aware of a suspected fentanyl overdose of a student at Indian Trail High School on Monday. The student was revived with Narcan according to our source.

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According to a Kenosha Police spokesman:

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“KPD and KFD responded for a medical call. A student was transported and is in good condition. I suspect they were released. The investigation into what caused the medical event is open and active.”

Kenosha Unified School District spokesman Tanya Ruder told KCE Tuesday night that KUSD implemented a hold at the high school due to a medical emergency. “The incident was quickly addressed and the individual is receiving the medical treatment needed. Due to privacy rules, we cannot share details regarding the individual.”

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    1. Yes. Let’s definitely make fun of a kid who had laced percs and almost died with humor about the organization that saved him with multiple doses of narcan being a drug free zone. Keep on keeping this website classy. It’s right in line with parlor at this point.

      1. “Poor kid” was “accidentally “ illegally buying and using drugs…… “poor kid”…….. intentionally self inflicted….. If the poor kid accidentally shot himself with a gun at school would we “feel bad” …. I feel bad for the hood kids that have to see these losers getting high at school. Those are the victims here. At least they get a lesson in “how not to act”…. So they can be opposite of the “poor kid who intentionally took illegal drugs on purpose”

        1. Do you know what his life was like? I’m not saying I do, but if you don’t know what you’re talking about, you should really stop mocking someone who may have been in a mental place you could never imagine. Shut up.

      2. I would ask why the kid had percs in the first place? what kind of parents do we have here? What as a society should we do to stop this? Please get your head out of the liberal rear end, and lets fix these problems. Your feelings do not matter, facts do.

        1. Probably the best thing Society can do against people dying from Fentanyl is to quit making excuses for them. Dying of fentanyl is only slightly harder to prevent than pregnancy. We know what causes both and we know how to pretty much avoid it. Tell your kids to make a list of what personal items they want you to give away to which people, if they plan on sticking anything in their mouth (or anywhere else) that didn’t come out of a sealed Factory container.

  1. Again tell your children to take nothing from anyone . Unless it is prescribed to them and comes directly from a pharmacy. Too many look a-likes out there

  2. Even worse than the drug the student overdosed on- the school has GAS STOVES!!! The building should be bulldozed for the childrens safety. If the illegal drug user was wearing a mask, he wouldn’t have overdosed….. I just can’t believe there are unsavory drug traffickers out there..

    1. It’s worse than you think, the entire building is heated with natural gas, not to mention methane an hour or two after the free lunches are consumed.

    2. Umm…I’m sorry? Please make this make sense. What do gas stoves and masks have to do with anything? I’m am junior at ITA and I’m not seeing how any of what you said lining up with what happened. I was there. I was sitting in Psychology when we shut down. I saw the police. Before you start saying things, you should really KNOW what you’re saying, hmmmm?

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