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  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000001
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Barberton police detective Dan Simpson talks about the the loss of his daughter to an opioid overdose while in his office at the department headquarters in Barberton, Ohio. For public officials in Akron and countless other communities across the country, no amount of money will restore the neighborhoods, families and institutions that were upended by prescription painkillers, heroin and fentanyl. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS305/19254772041106//1909120610

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000002
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, narcotics detective Paul Laurella retrieves unused medications from the police department’s disposal box in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS302/19254772134461//1909120610

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000003
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, narcotics detective Will Pfeiffer shows a stored evidence bag that containing methamphetamine before it is destroyed in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS304/19254772228086//1909120610

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000004
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    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.” (AP Photo/Keith...

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000005
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Akron fire medic Paul Drouhard shows a box containing naloxone that is carried in all the department’s emergency vehicles. The drug commonly called Narcan is used primarily to treat narcotic overdoses. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith...

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000006
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Barberton Police Chief Vincent Morber shows a copy of a thank-you card that was sent to the department in Barberton, Ohio, for saving the life of the sender, who had overdosed on opioids. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS301/19254772599965//1909120611

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000007
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2019, file photo, medications slated for destruction are shown in a locked storage area of the police department in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)/OHKS303/19254786087549//1909120611

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000008
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    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.” (AP Photo/Keith...

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000009
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Akron fire medic Paul Drouhard shows a box containing naloxone that is carried in all the department’s emergency vehicles. The drug commonly called Narcan is used primarily to treat narcotic overdoses. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith...

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000010
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, narcotics detective Paul Laurella retrieves unused medications from the police department’s disposal box in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS302/55e35729879d44cca5a616581d20e8a0-6c51d6687915469f99b831649931a0b0//1909120644

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000011
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, narcotics detective Will Pfeiffer shows a stored evidence bag that containing methamphetamine before it is destroyed in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS304/90db05c44fac42f7aa03504a071846f2-c7299e8f747748a1bbb24d7018eada81//1909120644

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000012
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Barberton police detective Dan Simpson talks about the the loss of his daughter to an opioid overdose while in his office at the department headquarters in Barberton, Ohio. For public officials in Akron and countless other communities across the country, no amount of money will restore the neighborhoods, families and institutions that were upended by prescription painkillers, heroin and fentanyl. (AP Photo/Keith...

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000013
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    In this Sept. 11, 2019, photo, Barberton Police Chief Vincent Morber shows a copy of a thank-you card that was sent to the department in Barberton, Ohio, for saving the life of the sender, who had overdosed on opioids. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OHKS301/ed7f9469a9b3460c949b648570faa962-73e7ad1e3ec94334bdee13ea64e2b2ab//1909120644

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000014
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2019, file photo, medications slated for destruction are shown in a locked storage area of the police department in Barberton, Ohio. The tentative settlement involving the opioid crisis and the maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, could mean that thousands of local governments will one day be paid back for some of the costs of responding to the epidemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)/OHKS303/f8e36f87ec7c40199f16dd0ee1d70edb-073b21967b1048b3b63b802e1ccff7a8//1909120644

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000015
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    One of the Akron fire medic ambulances at Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255499671984//1909121600

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000016
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    An Akron fire department public education van arrives at Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255499683446//1909121600

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000017
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    Akron fire department fire chief Clarence Tucker in his office at Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255501914171//1909121602

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000018
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    Akron fire department fire chief Clarence Tucker in his office at Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255502088816//1909121602

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000019
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    Akron fire department's Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255501999995//1909121605

  • Opioid Crisis One County
    AP22377020_000020
    Opioid Crisis One County
    09/11/2019
    Keith Srakocic/AP/SIPA
    Trucks return to the Akron fire department's Fire Station No. 4, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Akron, Ohio. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)/OTK/19255502013555//1909121605