Settlement money won't restore Ohio city upended by opioids

In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Akron Fire Chief Clarence Tucker comes down the stairs at Fire Station No. 4, in Akron, Ohio. “You can get a call someone has overdosed and you get there, you can bring them back with Narcan. Then you’ll go to the same address in the afternoon,” Tucker said. “Or you go to that address in the morning and the two parents have overdosed and there’s a child there. It’s just horrible. It really is.”

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