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One Nation Overdosed (The Children) #1116598

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 01, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) A series on opioid addiction called "One Nation Overdosed" introduced.

(Salt Lake City: Kate Snow) The impact of opioid addiction on the children of addicts examined; scenes shown from a Salt Lake City hospital where addicted babies are treated; details given about the Steele family's drug problems & the legal & medical ramifications. [Kid Hagen STEELE‡- talks about why he missed school, caring for two younger brothers.] [Utah Valley Hospital Dr. Stephen MINTON‡- talks about the addicted babies.] [Father & stepmother Stetson & Sami STEELE‡- talk about Hagen & the siblings with drugs in their system.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) Further coverage of this series across NBC programs noted.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate
Duration:
00:04:30

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