Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Two Separate Emergency Calls Made to Niles PD Both Involving Suspected Inhalant Abuse

Niles Police and Fire Department responded to two separate emergency calls both involving suspected inhalant abuse.

First responders found the first woman on the ground unconscious next to a can of dust cleaner. The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment.

The second call involved a 43-year-old woman who was acting suspiciously in the parking lot of a retail store. Police reported that the woman was huffing/inhaling the contents from an unidentified can. They later found her passed out behind a dumpster, where she was then taken to the hospital.

Via niles.patch.com in Niles, IL

1 comment:

vickiem said...

unfortunately in Northern Kentucky...the police will not do anything when n abuser/addict is found/caught....not even multiple times..It is a serious addiction and life threatening and a disgrace that more can not be done.These addicts are on the roads and are a danger to themselves and everyone else driving with them.