Delray Beach Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Ed Beardsley (center) and firefighter-paramedics treat a woman overdosing on heroin in Delray Beach on May 19, 2017. Neighbors say a car pulled up to a stop sign, pushed the woman out and drove away.
Delray Beach Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Ed Beardsley (center) and firefighter-paramedics treat a woman overdosing on heroin in Delray Beach on May 19, 2017. Neighbors say a car pulled up to a stop sign, pushed the woman out and drove away. Peter Haden WLRN
Delray Beach Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Ed Beardsley (center) and firefighter-paramedics treat a woman overdosing on heroin in Delray Beach on May 19, 2017. Neighbors say a car pulled up to a stop sign, pushed the woman out and drove away. Peter Haden WLRN

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