In 2021, the number of drug-related deaths in the United States reached a record high, with nearly 11 drug overdose deaths, equivalent to an average of one death every five minutes, up 5% from 2020 figures.
When it comes to drugs, the first reaction of most people is still heroin.But now in the United States, "fentanyl" has surpassed heroin as the number one "death-killing drug" in the United States.
Traditional drugs are too easy to distinguish and they are beginning to be rejected by people. In order to attract young people to take drugs, drug dealers who have no conscience began to design some fentanyl drug pills into"Candy" style, in the shape of skulls, grenades, and even Hello Kitty.
One of these pills can even skip the addiction stage and go straight to death, and the DEA has been warning the public against ingesting these deadly candy-like drugs!
In 2019, a 13-month-old boy in Santa Rosa North Bay died after accidentally ingesting fentanyl.
The body of 29-year-old father Patrick Savoy O'Neal was also found at the home, also from a drug overdose.
Trevor, 2020, dies in 18 after fentanyl failure
After the little boy finished eating, he fell asleep between the two, and then the two took out a bag of fentanyl to share, and lost consciousness after smoking.
When the two regained consciousness, the one who lost consciousness has become this poor child.Although he was taken to the hospital, he died after taking a lethal dose of fentanyl.