New law could curb number of people left to die

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New law could curb number of people left to die

Heartbroken mother part of effort that encourages reports of overdoses
Patty DiRenzo is part of a nationwide push to make sure people won’t be too afraid of being arrested on drug charges to call 911 when someone has overdosed.
Patty DiRenzo keeps memorabilia of her son, Salvator Marchese, on a shelf in his room. Marchese died of a drug overdose, and his mother believes he could have been saved if the person he was with had reported it.

New law could curb number of people left to die

Patty DiRenzo is part of a nationwide push to make sure people won’t be too afraid of being arrested on drug charges to call 911 when someone has overdosed.
Patty DiRenzo keeps memorabilia of her son, Salvator Marchese, on a shelf in his room. Marchese died of a drug overdose, and his mother believes he could have been saved if the person he was with had reported it.
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