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Lost: A Special Report
Hey are dying in the potato fields of Aroostook County and the lobster-fishing harbors downfield East. Today, the city insistence Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram begins a 10-day series exploring the diacetylmorphine scourge and assessing the horrific cost our state has borne. They are dying in the west Maine foothills wherever unsubstantial mill closures have seeded economic anxiety. Behind the wheel around of her daughter’s car this month, Ann Howgate of Lebanon clutches the blanket that EMTs exploited to blanket Kristina Emard after she was found dead in the vehicle on Sept. Howgate had desperately sought communication in me for Kristina, 28, an Army experienced who suffered from post-traumatic stress disquiet and died from an overdose of cocain and fentanyl, a potent opioid. They are moribund in cities equivalent Portland and state capital and in the tributary suburbs, where heroin is plentiful. Each day, the series explores a different facet of Maine's heroin epidemic: how some families suffer multiple dose deaths; how labeling craving as a moral failing weakens our responses; how one dynasty part town has been raped by heroin; how women coping with a touch-and-go lack of activity and treatment programs; and how a circumstances to enable in direction fed a ascending death toll.