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You’re Dying on the Street. A Drone Might Be Your Only Hope.

It sounds far-fetched, but one doctor believes aerial drones could prevent fatal overdoses and heart attacks

A photo of a drone in the air.
Drones are deployed during a demonstration at the Los Angeles Fire Department ahead of DJI’s AirWorks conference in Los Angeles, California, on September 23, 2019. Photo: Robyn Beck/Getty Images

IImagine walking toward a busy intersection and seeing a teenager passed out on the sidewalk, fentanyl patches peeking out of their pocket. You call 911 and tell them you think a kid…




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Drew Costley

Drew Costley

Drew Costley is a Staff Writer at FutureHuman covering the environment, health, science and tech. Previously @ SFGate, East Bay Express, USA Today, etc.

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