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Greenwood Heights »

The men stepped out for a smoke and were discovered unconscious by the son's girlfriend, police said.

Forest Hills »

There have been at least nine overdoses in the community so far this year, one rabbi said.

St. George »

Five other people overdosed in the borough but were saved by naloxone, officials said.

Willowbrook »

Fentanyl, original used for end-of-life patients, was linked to 44 percent of overdoses in the city.

Civic Center »

Investigators recovered $30 million worth drugs in The Bronx and Queens, officials said.

Randall's Island »

The center is for women with children, young women and adults 55 and older.

Rego Park »

Onix Torrellas had also stashed 4.75 pounds of heroin and $600K in his Rego Park home, officials said.

St. George »

There were 29 total suspected ODs since July 17, with of those saved by naloxone, officials said.

Upper West Side »

Some of the drugs were in glassine envelopes stamped "UBER," investigators said.

Port Richmond »

The ring sold heroin, fentanyl and cocaine around the city and in Newark, prosecutors said.

New Dorp »

Schumer called on the feds to give the state one of four special heroin enforcement groups.

Chelsea »

Police pulled the cab over while responding to a reported dispute involving a gun, the NYPD said.

Mott Haven »

White men between 45- to 54-years old were the most likely to die of an overdose, according to the DOH.

Corona »

Officers arrested Hubert Harris with nearly 100 bags of drugs believed to be laced with Fentanyl.