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A 43-year-old volunteer firefighter was airlifted to the hospital after his vehicle struck a utility pole and went airborne while returning from a call in Ocean County, authorities said.

Brian Flanagan, a chief with the Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Department, drifted off the road while heading west on County Route 571 around 10 p.

m. in Manchester on Tuesday, Nov. 22, local police said.

Flanagan's vehicle, a Ridgeway fire vehicle, struck the pole before going airborne, pulling down a wire from a nearby home and coming to rest on its left side. One of the wires struck another fire vehicle that was following Flanagan. Neither of the occupants were injured.

Flanagan was extricated from the vehicle and airlifted to a hospital where his injuries were found non-life-threatening, police said.

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Fentanyl-Laced Painkillers Marked With 'M' Linked To Fatal Maryland Overdoses: Police

Law enforcement officials in Maryland are cautioning the community to be aware of fentanyl-laced pills that have been making the rounds in the region, leading to at least a pair of fatal overdoses.

The Prince George's County Police Department issued an alert over the weekend about “blue-toned pills with a distinct ‘M’ emblem, which have been described as painkillers, but actually contain fentanyl.

According to the agency, detectives have launched an investigation and are recovering the suspect pills, several of which were tested and contained the dangerous controlled substance.

“These pills are linked to multiple suspected overdoses, including two fatal overdoses,” investigators said. “Toxicology tests are still pending on those cases but at this time, it is suspected that the victims died of fentanyl poisoning.

“The (Prince George’s County Police Department) urges all residents to avoid taking any medication not prescribed to them by a medical professional,” they continued. “We strongly encourage all parents and guardians to immediately talk to their children about this danger.” 

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