Police warn about use of counterfeit drugs after non-fatal overdose
Published Friday, November 2, 2018 7:10AM EDT
Waterloo Regional Police are issuing a warning about the consumption of counterfeit drugs after a non-fatal overdose in Cambridge.
Officers say they are investigating after a person suffered a non-fatal overdose after using what is believed to be counterfeit Xanax.
The drug is commonly used as a treatment for anxiety and panic disorders.
Police say pills such as the ones used in the non-fatal overdose, should not be consumed.