Police in West Virginia say that people are now turning to wasp spray to give them a “meth-like” high.
State Police told WRGB that wasp spray is being used as an alternative to methamphetamine in Boone County.
Officials believe the spray played a role in three overdoses last week, and officials say the physical impacts of the spray are erratic behavior and extreme swelling and redness of the hands and feet.
“In my opinion, drugs are so bad around here. It’s so available to people, and then all the time trying things new that we wouldn’t even think about,” one resident told WRGB.
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Source: CBS Pittsburgh