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A city wrestled down an addiction crisis. Then came COVID-19 – Associated Press

HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP) — Larrecsa Cox steered past the used tire shop, where a young man had collapsed a few days before, the syringe he’d used to shoot heroin…

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HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP) Larrecsa Cox steered past the used tire shop, where a young man had collapsed a few days before, the syringe hed used to shoot heroin still clenched in his fist.
She wound toward his house in the hills outside of town. The man had been revived by paramedics, and Cox leads a team with a mission of finding every overdose survivor to save them from the next one.
The road narrowed, and the mans mother stood in pink slippers in the rain to meet her. People have been dying all…

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