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Newburgh Police Lt. Tom Murphy helps save man’s life with Narcan kit

Less than an hour after he sat in

Less than an hour after he sat in two-hour training on how to administer the anti-opiate overdose drug, Lt. Tom Murphy had to put that training to the test. (Credit: News 12)

A Newburgh police lieutenant helped save a man’s life at the Newburgh Public Library Monday by using Narcan, the antidote for heroin overdoses.

Less than an hour after he sat in two-hour training on how to administer the anti-opiate overdose drug, Lt. Tom Murphy had to put that training to the test.

Murphy and his partner were called to the local library because a 25-year-old man had...

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