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🚨Multiple People Wearing Orange Wrist Bands Dead, Hospitalized In Pittsburgh🚨

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  • prefix_22_title_rich 🚨Multiple People Wearing Orange Wrist Bands Dead, Hospitalized In Pittsburgh🚨

    Sounds like some cult stuff or a bad batch
    Police say multiple people have been hospitalized and have died on the South Side.

    Pittsburgh Police issued a press release and said all the victims were wearing orange paper wrist bands.

    Just before 7:30 a.m. Sunday, police said they were responding to the medical situation.

    KDKA’s Chris Hoffman reports the situation is in the 2600 block of Tunnel Boulevard.

    Police did not say what the cause of death was, nor did they mention how many victims were affected.

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    3 dead, 4 hospitalized in apparent drug overdose at a Pittsburgh after-party

    The calls started after 3 a.m. Sunday, with reports of an unconscious man in the south side of Pittsburgh wearing an orange wristband.

    He was taken to a hospital. In another call, from about two blocks away in an apartment building on the Monongahela River, a resident reported a man unconscious in an elevator. The resident pulled him out and tried CPR before police and paramedics tried to revive the man, who also wore an orange wristband.

    He was pronounced dead at the scene, Chris Togneri, a city public safety spokesman, said Sunday.

    Then before dawn, authorities discovered a horrific scene at the same apartment building: two more dead men and three others with medical conditions ranging from serious to critical, Togneri said, and all with the same orange wristbands.

    All the men in the incident probably overdosed on drugs, officials said.

    Police are racing to piece together what happened on Saturday night, Togneri said, but have landed on a working theory that the men were at a venue together and gathered at an apartment after-party, where they took drugs together.

    They have identified two venues that use orange wristbands, Togneri said, but declined to name them — saying only that they held “concerts or parties.”

    “We’re trying to figure out where they were last night,” Togneri said.

    Police stressed they don’t believe tainted drugs were distributed in large volume with the potential to harm others.

    “We do not believe this particular incident is going to be widespread,” Pittsburgh police commander for narcotics Jason Lando said. “So we are not in a situation where we expect people to be found in an overdosed state all over the city.”

    Authorities have released few details. Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich told reporters he didn’t believe there was a party at the building, suggesting the victims had arrived there after a night out.

    Hissrich speculated the two other men who were found earlier “were trying to make their way back to this location” and exhibited similar symptoms.

    Maybe they all mainlined a drug or something? Not sure what the hell happened.


    • #3
      My guess is overdose from fentanyl.


      • #4
        They were at the same nightclub obviously. And probably took the same drugs. Nothing new there.

        People just being people.