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Police in Florida have released an officer's body camera recording showing two young mothers who apparently overdosed on heroin inside an SUV with their infants in the back seat.
Officers from the Boynton Beach Police Department responded to a parking lot in the 500 block of Woolbright Road just after 5pm on October 5 after getting a report about two women passed out in the vehicle.
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In the video released by police this week, Kristen O'Conner, 27, dressed in a grey T-shirt is seen limply reclining in the front passenger seat.
When police open the back door of the vehicle, they discover two babies, ages one and two months old, strapped in car seats.
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'I got two overdoses and two babies in the back,' an officer calls out to his partner.
The cop then tries to calm the wailing infants, telling them, 'It's OK, it's OK.'
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Later in the video, one of the mothers is seen inside an ambulance. A paramedic tells an officer that the overdose reversal drug Narcan was administered to revive the moms.
While O'Connor and her friend, 28-year-old June Schweinhart, were receiving treatment, an officer tried to sooth the babies by offering them pacifiers.
Officer - Infants
'There you go...it's OK,' the officer tells the one of the infants.
According to police, O'Connor and Schweinhart overdosed on $60 worth of heroin.
They told local authorities that they met in...
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