State Agencies Produce Opioid Awareness PSA for TV

Opiod addition and what it’s all about is coming to a tv station near you.
The New York Association of Counties and the State Coroners and Medical Examiners Association has produced a new television ad to make people more aware of the signs of opioid addiction.
The public service advertisement, is called “See The Signs, Save A Life.”
It’ll be show on tv and the New York State Associations of Counties website.
Dr. Kevin Watkins, the Cattaraugus County public health director and co-chair of the Cattaraugus County Heroin/Opioid Task Force, said more awareness of the signs of addiction can only help.
Ridgway-based state police haven’t yet released the identity of the man found dead nedar the railroad tracks in the Wilcox area of Jones Township, Elk County, Thursday morning. Police say they’ve performed an autopsy but are waiting on toxicology reports.