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Woman Overdoses as Medics Are Trying To Revive Her Husband
Published: November 15, 2017 | | 5909 Clicks
A woman whose husband had just overdosed in their Staten Island home was so worried responding cops would find their stash of heroin that she snorted it - and then overdosed as well.

Scott Bevard, 44, and his wife, Lori Gallo-Bevard, 40, nearly died in their Oakwood Heights house Saturday morning, during a weekend of overdoses on Staten Island that killed two people and hospitalized five more.

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