An Indiana Woman Had to Be Revived After a Car Crash Following Her Second Heroin Overdose

A woman driving a car in Indianapolis, Indiana had to be revived after a car crash last week. It was the result of her second heroin overdose. She’d previously been found in the same state at her home.

Leigh Bradburn was involved in a crash and found unresponsive inside a car, along with Michael O’Conner and a baby. The two adults had to be revived using naloxone, more commonly known as Narcan.

The baby, located in the back seat, was unharmed.

Authorities initially thought the man and woman were dead when they arrived at the crash scene.

Witnesses say the car had gone off the road and rolled, landing upright in the street.

Both have been charged with unlawful possession of a syringe and possession of a controlled substance


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