First responders in Mifflin Township say they are using the life saving heroin antidote, Nalaxone, at an alarming rate. Mifflin Township and Gahanna officials shared their concerns to the community at an opiate town hall meeting. Gahanna Police say they've seen an increase in crime in the city and they believe a growing heroin problem is to blame. Officials alerted the community to the issue Thursday night. Even in suburbia the heroin problem holds a tight grip. The Mifflin Township Fire Chief says no place is immune. "It does affect us here. It's in our homes, our schools, in our workplace," Chief Fred Kauser said. Heroin is in Gahanna, but some residents already know that."I have an active heroin addict in my home. My daughter," Malaina...
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Officials say Nalaxone is being used at an alarming rate in Gahanna