Kamloops mom met with other moms to talk about overdoses

When Sandra Tully lost her son to an accidental fentanyl overdose in January, her life changed forever. Over the weekend, she shared her grief with other moms who've suffered the same heartache. There was a the meeting of Mom's Stop the Harm.

Mothers who've lost children to drugs met this weekend in the Okanagan

Sandra Tully lost her son,Ryan Pinneo in January to an accidental fentanyl overdose. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

When the fentanyl crisis hit Canadians this year, a group of moms formed on facebook called "Moms Stop the Harm."

It's a club none of them wished to be part of moms from across the country who've lost  a child to drugs.

They met for the first time this weekend, face to face in Summerland.

Sandra Tully was at that meeting.

She lost her son-Ryan Pinneo in January to an accidental fentanyl overdose.

He was 22.

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