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Drug kills unsuspecting users in Prince George

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Mark Barnes likens the effect of taking a 72-hour fentanyl patch in one sitting to putting a plastic bag over your head.

It's called Fentanyl and it's now killing unsuspecting street drug users in Prince George, B.C.  Betsy Trumpener introduces a piece produced by Daybreak's Adrian Mrdeza.

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