A scary incident at a local church that was feeding the homeless when a man overdosed has inspired an upcoming training seminar on how to respond to an overdose situation led by Okaloosa County EMS.
“The person who was rendering aid was interfered with by the crowd,” said Crestview Mayor JB Whitten, who is working with Okaloosa EMS to organize the upcoming seminar. “It really, really shook her up.
Signs of Hope, a family-owned digital billboard company in Crestview, has donated space on two digital billboards in the city to spread the message of the dangers of fentanyl and the opioid epidemic.
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