Thursday, November 10, 2016

3 found dead in Winnipeg - Update

One man and two women were found dead inside a Winnipeg home and police say it could be fentanyl related. Officers found three bodies as well as an “unknown white substance and drug paraphernalia."

This comes almost a week after police confirmed a 9-month-old infant was exposed to carfentanil in his Winnipeg home. The infant survived.
Police say there has been a “dramatic” increase of fentanyl and carfentanil use in Winnipeg.
The city's firefighters say Winnipeg is facing a fentanyl crisis and first responders are now dealing with multiple overdoses every day.
A grieving Manitoba family wants to warn others about the dangers of fentanyl. Aayla Asham, 21, was one of three people found dead by police early Wednesday morning in a suburban Winnipeg home.

Police confirmed to her family that Aayla, a mother of two children, was found dead inside the home.