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Narkomania w Huntington - REDUX (40)

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A decoration for Taylor Wilson's gravesite from her friend Shannon in Taylor's nearly untouched old bedroom, near Barboursville, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. The wind had knocked the display over, so her father brought it home to repair. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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John Wilson, Taylor Wilson's father, posed for a portrait at his home near Barboursville, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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The Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. Marcum Terrace is a hot spot for among other things, heroin use and distribution. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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The Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. Marcum Terrace is a hot spot for among other things, heroin use and distribution. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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The Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. Marcum Terrace is a hot spot for among other things, heroin use and distribution. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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John Wilson, Taylor Wilson's father, cried while sitting for a portrait at his home near Barboursville, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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John Wilson, Taylor Wilson's father, cried while sitting for a portrait at his home near Barboursville, West Virginia on February 18, 2017. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Lt. David McClure, a Cabell County EMS paramedic, posed for a portrait at a Cabell County EMS station near the Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 17, 2017. McClure revived Taylor Wilson the first time she overdosed. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Lt. David McClure, a Cabell County EMS paramedic, posed for a portrait at a Cabell County EMS station near the Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 17, 2017. McClure revived Taylor Wilson the first time she overdosed. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Lt. David McClure, a Cabell County EMS paramedic, posed for a portrait at a Cabell County EMS station near the Marcum Terrace housing projects in Huntington, West Virginia on February 17, 2017. McClure revived Taylor Wilson the first time she overdosed. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Karen's Place, a rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Karen's Place, a rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Karen's Place, posed for a portrait at the rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Karen's Place, posed for a portrait at the rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Tim Armstrong, the CEO of Karen's Place, posed for a portrait at the rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Matt Brown, chief of staff to CEO Tim Armstrong at Karen's Place in Louisa, Kentucky. Taylor Wilson tried to get into the rehab facility after her August 2016 overdose. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Matt Brown, chief of staff to CEO Tim Armstrong at Karen's Place in Louisa, Kentucky. Taylor Wilson tried to get into the rehab facility after her August 2016 overdose. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Karen's Place, a rehab facility in Louisa, Kentucky on February 17, 2017. Taylor Wilson tried to get into Karen's Place after her overdose in August. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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A letter written to Taylor Wilson's family, from an employee at Prestera, one of the Ohio/Kentucky/West Virginia tri-state area's biggest rehab facilities. Taylor tried to go there, but the waiting list was too long. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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An overpass in Huntington, West Virginia on February 17, 2017. On August 15, 2016, Taylor Wilson overdosed while driving on the overpass above, but was revived. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson held a photo of her daughter, Taylor, February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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Leigh Ann Wilson posed for a portrait on February 17, 2017, at the home where she is a part-time live-in caretaker, and where her daughter Taylor overdosed and died, in Barboursville, West Virginia. On August 15, 2016 Taylor Wilson was the first of nearly 30 people who overdosed on heroin in Huntington, West Virginia. Wilson, who was driving her car when she overdosed, was revived but overdosed again on September 25, 2016 and was unable to be revived.
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The alleged "ground zero" for Monday's heroin overdoses in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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The Marcum Terrace housing projects plagued with heroin in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016, adjacent to a string on overdoses earlier in the week. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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The Marcum Terrace housing projects plagued with heroin in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016, adjacent to a string on overdoses earlier in the week. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Now a peer counselor at Recovery Point in Huntington, West Virginia, Mike Thomas posed for a portrait on August 19, 2016. Starting in his teenage years, Thomas used alcohol and marijuana before moving into cocaine, eventually crack and meth, and enlisted in the military after high school. When he got out and moved back to Charleston, West Virginia, he was introduced to pills and heroin and quickly became addicted. Thomas is now coming up on a year sober thanks to Recovery Point and is giving back by helping at Recovery Point. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Looking across the Ohio River into Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Now a peer counselor at Recovery Point in Huntington, West Virginia, Mike Thomas posed for a portrait on August 19, 2016. Starting in his teenage years, Thomas used alcohol and marijuana before moving into cocaine, eventually crack and meth, and enlisted in the military after high school. When he got out and moved back to Charleston, West Virginia, he was introduced to pills and heroin and quickly became addicted. Thomas is now coming up on a year sober thanks to Recovery Point and is giving back by helping at Recovery Point. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Teddy Johnson poses for a portrait at his plumbing and home remodeling business in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. Johnson lost his son, Adam, in 2007 when heroin was on the uptick in Huntington. He now offers scholarships to high school students in Adam's name. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Teddy Johnson poses for a portrait at his plumbing and home remodeling business in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. Johnson lost his son, Adam, in 2007 when heroin was on the uptick in Huntington. He now offers scholarships to high school students in Adam's name. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Teddy Johnson poses for a portrait at his plumbing and home remodeling business in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. Johnson lost his son, Adam, in 2007 when heroin was on the uptick in Huntington. He now offers scholarships to high school students in Adam's name. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Teddy Johnson recently found this note on his son's gravesite, from friend who's son overdosed and died weeks ago, in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. Johnson lost his son, Adam, in 2007 when heroin was on the uptick in Huntington. He now offers scholarships to high school students in Adam's name. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Police stop at an aprtment building where Teddy Johnson often sees drug deals (across from his business) in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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Teddy Johnson keeps fresh flower on his son's grave in Huntington, West Virginia on August 19, 2016. Johnson lost his son, Adam, in 2007 when heroin was on the uptick in Huntington. He now offers scholarships to high school students in Adam's name. On August 15, 26 people overdosed on heroin in a Huntington neighborhood over the course of four hours. All 26 were revived, but there were two other deaths in the area that authorities are unsure as to whether or not they were related. Like many places all over the country, opiates (both pills and heroin) are a massive epidemic.
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