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Hudson police credited with saving two lives

Hudson police credited with saving two lives

November 09, 2017 04:50 PM

Hudson police saved two lives on Thursday.

First, they say they revived a man in the playground area of Bliss Towers around 7 a.m. They say he nearly froze to death and may have been drunk or impaired.

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Then, around 1 p.m., police say they used Narcan to revive a woman from a possible drug overdose on South 7th Street.

Police say the man, 31-year-old Michael Johnson, had been ordered to stay off Bliss Towers property and may face charges. They say he's due to be sentenced next month for possessing a stolen handgun this past August. They also say he was the victim of an elevator beating in July.

Both people were taken to Columbia Memorial Hospital

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WNYT Staff

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