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3 Are Dead And 4 Hospitalized From Drug Overdoses, Pittsburgh Police Say

NPR Sunday, 22 September 2019
All the victims were wearing orange wristbands and are believed to have attended the same event Saturday night, but authorities say they overdosed afterward at a private residence.
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News video: Three Dead, Four Hospitalized After Overdoses In South Side

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Three men died and four were hospitalized after they overdosed at a South Side apartment complex, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.

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