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Filling in the brutal back story from opioid epidemic's front lines

New York coroner gives talk at high school to show students the horror of death by opioid overdose
Monday, June 26, 2017 - 05:50

New York

AS a county coroner in New York, Frank Whitelaw has an unusual perspective to share with local students on the opioid crisis. He is the one who examines the bodies.

But it is the families of the victims who get to him. "That is the most heart-wrenching part of this job,"

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