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Iowa officer exposed to suspected fentanyl during traffic jam: police

A police officer in Iowa conducted a traffic jam during the weekend when he was exposed to an unknown substance suspected of being fentanyl, the authorities said on Monday. The situation developed after Fort Dodge's police pulled over a woman on Sunday evening, said the department in a press release on Facebook. The woman, who was identified as 28-year-old Kayla Potter, left "misidentification information" to the police and she eventually became in storage for the move, as well as for driving a residence permit, according to the press release. "In the area of ​​traffic contact, the official handled an unknown subject before transporting the woman to the law on law enforcement (LEC)," the police said. "During the transport of the woman, the official began to feel dizzy and bright." His symptoms were so significant that the official demanded that the staff met him at the law enforcement center so that he could be reviewed, police said. Responding help found him "to be dull and answer in his patrol vehicle", according to the newsletter. Video captured the moment when respondents arrived to help the officer and charged him to an ambulance. While going to a hospital, the police were administered opioid overdose medication, Narcan, and also provided additional doses upon arrival, police said. CLICK HERE TO FOX NEWS APP "The officer quickly recovered the Narcan treatment and was kept overnight for cautionary observations before they were released." Although it has not yet been confirmed, the authorities consider said the official came…

A police officer in Iowa conducted a traffic jam during the weekend when he was exposed to an unknown substance suspected of being fentanyl, the authorities said on Monday.

The situation developed after Fort Dodge’s police pulled over a woman on Sunday evening, said the department in a press release on Facebook.

The woman, who was identified as 28-year-old Kayla Potter, left “misidentification information” to the police and she eventually became in storage for the move, as well as for driving a residence permit, according to the press release.

“In the area of ​​traffic contact, the official handled an unknown subject before transporting the woman to the law on law enforcement (LEC),” the police said. “During the transport of the woman, the official began to feel dizzy and bright.”

His symptoms were so significant that the official demanded that the staff met him at the law enforcement center so that he could be reviewed, police said. Responding help found him “to be dull and answer in his patrol vehicle”, according to the newsletter.

Video captured the moment when respondents arrived to help the officer and charged him to an ambulance.

While going to a hospital, the police were administered opioid overdose medication, Narcan, and also provided additional doses upon arrival, police said.

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“The officer quickly recovered the Narcan treatment and was kept overnight for cautionary observations before they were released.”

Although it has not yet been confirmed, the authorities consider said the official came in contact with a form of fentanyl, police said.

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