Just Touching This New Unknown Drug Can Be Fatal [PHOTO]
There's a relatively unknown new drug out there that proving to be extremely dangerous.
According to WIVB, a new deadly drug called "gray death" had recently made its way into Louisiana and previously made its way as far north as Ohio and Pennsylvania. It first appeared in 2017 in Alabama and Georgia.
Just touching "gray death" can be deadly. The super drug is heroin, cut with Fentanyl. Two immensely powerful drugs on their own.
"Gray death" looks like chunks of concrete.
“The public recognizes a lot of the drugs that we deal with. This is a new one,” David Spencer, spokesperson for the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office said.
“You don’t want to touch this. If it all possible, you don’t even want to put it on your hands,” Spencer said.
"Gray death" is 10,000 times more powerful than morphine, which shows how insanely dangerous this drug is.
Because of its color and shape, it might be easy to mistake the drug for something innocent. If you see it, don't touch it. You're advised to call your local authorities.
Read more at WIVB.
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