Spice Overdose Turns Florida Residents Into Zombies

Posted: Mar 21 2016, 9:05am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 21 2016, 10:19pm CDT , in Latest Science News


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Spice Overdose Turns Florida Residents into Zombies
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Many investigators have said that some Florida residents look like zombies after an epidemic of what was in effect a drug overdose. It almost looked like a scene from The Walking Dead.

Many people were spotted in Florida stooped over and in a state of somnolescence. This seemed to be due to overdosing on bad batches of a drug known as spice.

The spice was synthetic in nature. One of the victims of this tragedy was letting out guttural sounds from his throat, according to WFLA. The police had to be called since he looked like he was really sick.

Police have had many calls coming in at the station reporting people in a stupor thanks to a high fake drug dose. The drug addicts had to be rushed to a hospital where they were given the necessary aid for recuperation and a return to normality.

In Tampa, Florida many drug makers seemed to have altered the constituents of the drug so much that it was virtually something different from actual marijuana.

This spike which is visible in the population is a significant thing. It was like a zombie movie. There were more than a dozen people walking about in a state of slumber.

The hospitals are virtually stock full of patients who are so stupefied that they could hardly mumble any response to the doctors who administered to their dire condition.

It is almost like one of them would have a cardiac arrest any moment seeing the state of distraction they were in. There is even a photo of the situation in which two guys are slumped over chairs and desks while one is lying on the ground. The overdose seems to have affected everyone of the addicts in a manner that is pretty much the same in each one.

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