FRIGHTENING VIDEO: Driver allegedly overdoses, goes unconscious in local parking lot

[VIDEO BELOW] This video isn’t a pleasant one to watch, but given the drug epidemic in the County and beyond, we felt it’s imperative to highlight the dangers of drug use.

The reader-submitted video shows a driver pulled from a vehicle in a local parking lot after being found unconscious behind the wheel.

The first to arrive on scene was a Toms River police officer, who immediately administered Narcan.

The video was submitted to TLS with the following message.

“This is what my daughter recorded in the Dollar Tree lot on Rt. 9 and Rt. 70 on May 30, 2017. This is not something my granddaughters needed to see while shopping in a dollar store. It makes me sick to my stomach.”

TLS has reached out to officials for an update on the patient.

Police spokesman Ralph Stocco tells TLS, that the patient was treated at the scene and then transported to an area hospital.








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  1. Some clarification is needed by the submitter. The way it is written, it makes the person that submitted the video more upset that they saw someone overdosing rather than upset that someone nearly died.

    Thankfully, this person was able to be treated.

  2. Although I hope he gets the help he so desperately needs. It is sick to be so uncaring that someone would shoot up in a vehicle!!!! Go home and do it in your house, others shouldn’t be subjected to this garbage!

  3. Again if it was someone in your family is this how you would want people to talk about it. Yes we make decisions good and bad some make worse then others but until you live a perfect life which by the way is not reality don’t judge. Pray they get help and get clean to become something in this life. That is the least you can do.

  4. If you saw someone throwing up in public after having gone through chemotherapy would you call it sick? For all of you who think this is “sick”, I hope none of you ever have to experience the symptoms of people close to you who are suffering from an illness called addiction. Or, any other form of mental illness.

  5. Not an illness sorry. And to compare it to a cancer patient undergoing chemotherapy is highly offensive. This is a situation he’s in due completely to choices he knowingly made. I have no problem getting him help but let’s not exonerate him by calling it a disease

  6. Are u honestly comparing it to a cancer patient? Cancer is a disease, addiction is stupid behavior. Not a single addict can say they didn’t know when they started that they would end up addicted. Highly disturbing analogy, although I take comfort that the writer must also be highly uneducated.

    • It seems to me that you are the uneducated one. Do some research on addiction. Where I am not comparing it to cancer…it is a disease. Is a lot of the problem due to peoples decisions, absolutely. Educate yourself before you go around calling others uneducated. Thank you

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