Connor thought the same as many kids—this was a legal buzz, easy to find, inexpensive, and safe.
Laura was addicted to heroin, but she overdosed from morphine, cocaine and alcohol.
Everyone thought Ian would attend college on a tennis scholarship.
Montana thought he was taking LSD, but actually died from a deadly synthetic version called N-bomb.
Daniel was an ice-hockey player who partied hard with his friends.
A rising football star's life was cut short by steriod abuse.
The autopsy revealed high levels of oxycodone, morphine, acetaminophen and amphetamines in his body.
Ian James Eaccarino was a promising college student
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