KARK reports help from a fellow student and emergency workers for helping a 16-year-old suspected of overdosing Monday at Central High School.

The young woman was found unconscious on the floor of a restroom, according to a police report. Another student provided a dose of Narcan, a drug that reverses the effects of opioids, that was administered by Fire Department responders. The student was conscious and alert when taken to Children’s Hospital. She’s said to be recovering.

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