One month after the Broome county sheriff's office announced it's deputies would carry the drug naloxone to reverse the effects of heroin overdoses.
A deputy saved the life of a woman Thursday by using the drug.
Sergeant Thomas Williams responded to the 9-1-1 call of an Endwell woman who said her 27-year-old daughter was unresponsive and not breathing.
Williams then deployed the drug and began seeing immediate results. The unresponsive woman began breathing and regained consciousness within several minutes. She was then taken to Wilson hospital.
Pennsylvania State Police Have Frein In Custody
Pennsylvania State Police have confirmed that they have Eric Frein in custody.
Frein is suspected of committing the ambush shooting at the Blooming Grove Barracks which killed one trooper and injured another on September 12th.
The search for Eric Frein has been ongoing for almost seven weeks. No further information is available at this time. We'll keep you updated as more information becomes... more
VERDICT: Jury Finds Davis Guilty of Murdering JC Woman VIEW VIDEO
At about 3:30 Thursday afternoon a Broome County jury reached a verdict in the murder trial of Christopher Davis: guilty on all counts of murder in the July 2013 death of 50-year-old Johnson City Patricia LaCaprara.
The jury began deliberating this morning. FOX 40's Beth Rousseau was in the courtroom and will bring you a full report at... more