Children as Young as 10 Are Learning How to Save Someone From A Heroin Overdose
A 20/20 special looks at how the heroin epidemic is affecting America.
ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir says one of the big issues he's hearing about on the campaign trail is the national heroin epidemic.
“This is a problem that knows no boundaries. It's affecting rich and poor alike,” he told IE.
The candidates are hearing it, too.
Donald Trump recently said: “It's one of the questions I get asked about all the time.”
Muir anchors a special episode of 20/20 Friday night titled: "Breaking Point: Heroin In America."
In the special, Muir explored how children are learning how to administer an antidote called Narcan to somebody in the throes of a heroin overdose.
“Children as young as 10 and 11 are being taught how they can save someone,” he told IE. “It's a terrible problem.”
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