In this 2017 photo, a person walks by At Way of New Life Ministries where  a "life and addiction recovery" program in Mount Oliver, Pa., is held. The ridge running from Carrick to Allentown, along Brownsville Road, has seen more fatal overdoses than any similar area in the region.
In this 2017 photo, a person walks by At Way of New Life Ministries where a "life and addiction recovery" program in Mount Oliver, Pa., is held. The ridge running from Carrick to Allentown, along Brownsville Road, has seen more fatal overdoses than any similar area in the region. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP Steve Mellon
In this 2017 photo, a person walks by At Way of New Life Ministries where a "life and addiction recovery" program in Mount Oliver, Pa., is held. The ridge running from Carrick to Allentown, along Brownsville Road, has seen more fatal overdoses than any similar area in the region. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP Steve Mellon

How Pittsburgh neighborhood became region's overdose capital

November 11, 2017 12:01 AM

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