Man Dies of Alleged Opioid Overdose on Delta Flight – Plans to Stock NARCAN Onboard

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Opioid epidemic, drug abuse concept with closeup on two heroin syringes or other narcotics surrounded by scattered prescription opioids. Oxycodone is the generic name for a range of opioid painkillers (Photo credit: ©iStock.com/Moussa81)

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A Delta passenger died on board a flight Saturday after an alleged drug overdose. An overdose reversal drug could have saved the man — but apparently wasn’t stocked on the flight.

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