Chicago Tribune: Park City cop credited with saving 2 drug overdose victims in 5 days

c0d5fff72e9e8e6a2fb812906b982f2dA Park City police detective is being credited with saving two overdose victims in less than a week, as the number of those revived from overdoses through emergency use of the drug naloxone in Lake County continues to grow.

On Monday, Ken Stoves was among officers responding to a call of a possible overdose victim in a home on Devonshire Lane. Stoves successfully administered naloxone, which revives victims of opiate overdoses, to a man who was not breathing, police said.

After about a minute, the man began breathing again and regained consciousness, according to Park City Police Chief Walter Holderbaum.

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