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Fox 29 Rides Along With The Camden County Police Department

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CAMDEN, N.J. -

There is a heroin epidemic in our area. Camden County Police say last month in a 24-hour period alone they had 20 heroin overdoses.

According to Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson, the Camden-Philadelphia area has replaced New York as the national hub for heroin.

However, it's less of a Camden City problem, and more of an issue of addiction in our suburbs.

Fox 29’s Jennifer Joyce rode along with the Camden County Police Department to see the problem first-hand in the video above.

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