Fentanyl now leading cause of death among teens in Arizona border county

Fentanyl now leading cause of death among teens in Arizona border county


Fentanyl overdoses have now overtaken car crashes as the leading cause of death among teenagers in an Arizona border county – as Governor Doug Ducey blames President Joe Biden’s neglect of the U.S. border for the rise in lethal drugs coming into the country.

The Republican governor slammed Biden this week for fueling an “opioid epidemic in America” amid his handling of the border crisis that has seen a historic number of illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S.

“It’s not just the people crossing the border, it’s the lethal drugs,” Ducey said at a press conference with other governors in Mission, Texas on Wednesday.

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“Almost 2,000 pounds of fentanyl and over 13,000 pounds of methamphetamine have been seized in Arizona sectors alone this

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