Falmouth police respond to three drug overdoses in four days

Department has responded to nearly 50 overdoses since the first of the year
Falmouth police respond to one of two drug overdoses Sunday night, this one at McDonald's on Teaticket Highway. Falmouth Police Department Facebook page.

FALMOUTH - Over the past four days, Falmouth police officers and firefighters have responded two three separate drug overdoses. According to a release from Falmouth police, none of the overdoses were fatal--all three people were revived.

The first of the overdoses was reported at 11:35 p.m. on Thursday night, the second at 10:30 p.m. on Sunday and the third at 11:53 p.m., also on Sunday.

According to police, officers have responded to nearly 50 drug overdoses since the start of the year.

To combat the rise in drug overdoses that is occurring in Falmouth, across the Cape and across the commonwealth, Falmouth police have reportedly partnered with Gosnold of Cape Cod. 

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