Times have changed, and these deadly pills are killing off America’s future generations. Drugs will kill you with one use!
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This video is a tribute and also for fentanyl awareness, please share. It’s a little long but worth watching. Please continue to spread the word as Fentanyl deaths continue to rise, we must educate our friends and families. Thank you to the parents who shared their children’s photos in this video.
The parents of the two students who died in separate incidents say both freshmen thought they were buying prescription pills to get high, but their autopsies found fentanyl was present instead.
Milwaukee County is on pace to break yet another overdose death record in 2021. The medical examiners office says a vast majority of those deaths are being traced to a synthetic opioid called fentanyl.
College students fatally OD on fentanyl laced drugs. Both of them, according to their mothers, thought they were taking a different drug, not realizing it was laced with fentanyl.
This page is here to help spread fentanyl awareness. What it is, how much can kill you, how to test for it, and how it’s being spread. This is beyond an opioid crisis, fentanyl is poisoning our loved ones. One party one pill one time, is all it takes!
Born and raised in Milwaukee, WI, September of 1993, Isaac Solis, Jr began his journey through life. He was given the nickname of "Bubba" by his grandma while still in his mother's womb. Bubba was an only child for 10 years, until his little sister arrived. Even with the age difference, those two were very close.
Bubba was very close with his grandpa. When he was younger he would watch him while he worked on cars. Bubba always liked to be around cars and soon enough he started to work on them with his grandpa. Once he got older they would spend hours talking and showing each other cars and discussing what they would do with those cars.
After graduating high school Bubba attended MATC and took some courses on auto body and mechanics. Bubba was very talented; he could take a car apart and put it back together. Which led him to his career in auto body and detailing. Bubba’s talent for cars did not stop there, he also enjoyed drawing and painting, helping family and friends with remodeling homes, landscaping, and snow removal. He always made sure he gave his loved ones a hug and kiss, before he started cracking jokes. Bubba was always selfless, and thoughtful of others, it brought him a huge smile to see loved ones happy. As we all remember Bubba he was a very happy person, well groomed and always dressed with the latest attire, appearances were big for him.
Bubba was a hard working, loving, caring, sharing, willing to help anyone type of guy. Bubba’s addiction to Opioids lasted a few years. Ultimately, he fell victim to Fentanyl when he ended up getting an illicit drug off the streets. Bubba will be Forever25
We are here to help save lives and our community by educating and spreading fentanyl awareness. To provide to tools, resources and information and the dangers of fentanyl. Together as a community we will save lives.
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