By WCCO-TV Staff

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On Saturday, Roseville Police issued an overdose alert after two young people died in the span of 24 hours in separate incidents.

Officers say the two victims were a 16-year-old and a 20-year old. In addition, Roseville police say their officers used Nalaxone, a life-saving medication which is used during an opioid overdose, twice in the last two days.

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The recent spike can be attributed to a pill called “Perc 30,” police say. The pill is described as a potent narcotic mixed with fentanyl, a deadly synthetic opioid.

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Signs of an overdose include a pale and clammy face, slow breathing, and a limp body. Fingernails and lips can turn blue or purple, and the victim could have a slow heartbeat and low blood pressure.

In the case of an overdose, a person should call 911 and use Narcan (naloxone). Minnesota has a “Good Samaritan Law,” which protects those from being charged if they are seeking medical assistance for someone who is overdosing.

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