Fentanyl - drug more potent than heroin - kills 60 in the UK in eight months



Sixty people have died in the UK in the past eight months, in circumstances believed to be linked to a drug more potent than heroin, it has been revealed.
Fentanyl and its analogues - chemical adaptations - are being mixed with heroin and in some cases proving fatal, the National Crime Agency said.
Users are being warned that dealers are playing “Russian roulette” with their lives by lacing heroin and other class A drugs with synthetic opioids.
The NCA and West Yorkshire Police raided a laboratory suspected of producing fentanyl and one of its analogues carfentanyl in April.
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1 August 2017 in Regional North East, Views: 42
Source: Sunday Sun
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