Every day across the country, people who overdose on Opioids are being revived with a drug called Naloxone.
The antidote can restore a person's breathing after it is injected or sprayed in the nostrils and quickly bring victims back from near-death.
Some call Naloxone the "miracle drug". Others believe it can serve as a safety net for addicts.
WGEM's Kaylee Pfeiferling is Digging Deeper into this issue Thursday on WGEM News at Ten.
Hear from local law enforcement and the paramedics who administer Naloxone on a daily basis.
Plus a former Opioid addict tells us her story about her road to recovery.