Ohio Residents are taking back their Town from Drugs
Ohio residents say they are fed up with the city’s heroin problem and the mess it is making of the town. Residents are taking on an effort to clean the city up. A cleaning crew is organizing a day-long event to rid area parks of drug syringes. Leftover drug needles have been found in areas like playgrounds, where kids play. Neighbors say it’s a problem far too common in their town.
On a Facebook page, people have been posting pictures of drug needles they’re finding around town, including a syringe at a middle school. They are organizing a city-wide cleanup to protect others from possible contamination from these needles. The group will have containers to collect the needles for safe disposal. The cleanup is reassuring to parents.
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