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Drug Delivery Resulting in Death Citations at Five-year HighPermalink

Drug delivery resulting in death charges statewide have increased by 1,267 percent between 2013 and 2017. In Pennsylvania, a drug delivery resulting in death charge is issued to a person who intentionally administers, dispenses, delivers, gives, prescribes, sells or distributes any controlled substance or counterfeit controlled substance, and another person dies as a result of using the substance. This infographic highlights key data and demographics about drug delivery resulting in death in Pennsylvania. County-specific data is available at the end of the news release.

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