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Four Johns Hopkins students overdose on opioids at fraternity party

A weekend fraternity party turns dangerous. Four Johns Hopkins University students end up in the hospital. Baltimore City Police say the undergrads all overdosed on opioids.

It was quiet Wednesday outside the Delta Phi fraternity house. But noise was the exact reason Baltimore Police were called to the row home near Johns Hopkins University Sunday night.

Officers came to break up a party, and ended up saving lives. Four undergraduate students had overdosed on opioids. It’s not clear what drugs the co-eds took, but first responders were able to use Narcan to reverse the effects of the ODs.

“It’s a warning, this is a warning,” said Baltimore City Police Chief T.J. Smith. “I mean, parents shouldn’t have to worry about their children going off to college and using some of these drugs that are really killing people.”


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