PITTSBURGH - An 11-year-old girl had to be revived with the antidote Narcan after a drug overdose in her Pittsburgh home, police said Thursday.
Officers were called to the home Wednesday for a suspected overdose. A paramedic who responded said the girl was using heroin.
The child was last reported to be in critical condition at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, according to police, who did not immediately provide other details.
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