Liz Rankos, a pharmacist in Tacoma, shows off some of the forms of naloxone available at Rankos Stadium Pharmacy in July 2016. Timely administration of naloxone can save the life of someone who has overdosed on heroin or another opioid.
Liz Rankos, a pharmacist in Tacoma, shows off some of the forms of naloxone available at Rankos Stadium Pharmacy in July 2016. Timely administration of naloxone can save the life of someone who has overdosed on heroin or another opioid. Peter Haley Olympian file photo
Liz Rankos, a pharmacist in Tacoma, shows off some of the forms of naloxone available at Rankos Stadium Pharmacy in July 2016. Timely administration of naloxone can save the life of someone who has overdosed on heroin or another opioid. Peter Haley Olympian file photo

Olympia police are now carrying medication that can reverse opioid overdoses

February 16, 2018 10:09 AM