Underground group giving addicts heroin antidote

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - There is an underground effort to stop heroin deaths. it involves the illegal distribution of an antidote that some say can wake heroin addicts from the dead.  It's called, Narcan.  Some call it the Lazarus drug.

Recovering addict Chad Sabora is leading the underground effort in St. Louis.

"Wherever I can get it into somebody's hands, I will do it. Time of day doesn't matter.  We'll go out there , we'll do a quick class make sure people have it, educated, know how to use it and spreading the word that it's available." said recovering addict Chad Sabora.

Learn more about the group's secret meetings, as we explain the controversial operation, in a report that promises to get you thinking and save lives.

Watch the full report Monday at 10pm on FOX 2 News.

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