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Police: Dangerous drug likely causing overdoses in Olympia

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Police say a dangerous batch of heroin or another injectable drug might be in Olympia after four people overdosed during a 90-minute period last week.

The News Tribune reports Olympia police spokesman Paul Lower says one man died Friday in a homeless encampment on the city’s west side.

Lower says two people are believed to have overdosed in a homeless encampment downtown. Another man was treated following an apparent overdose in a wooded area near a park.

Lower says officers are working with social service providers to warn residents about the “very dangerous heroin or opioid-type drug” on the street.

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