A man in Michigan died over the weekend after apparently using liquid fentanyl in a vaping device. The victim, a 39-year-old Alpena man, could not be revived by medics who found him in a home in Maple Ridge Township on Saturday — when he and his wife manufactured the synthetic opioid into a vaping liquid...
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