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The Heroin Epidemic

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Oct 4, 2008
facebook.com/kellyplatco, Female
So, unfortunately, my state made news this week, with the "house of horrors" after two parents overdose with their children. They only found the bodies after the girl told her school bus driver she couldn't wake her parents up.

WARNING: The pictures of the squalor the children were living in are disturbing.

WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT. Christopher Dilly, 26, and Jessica Lally, 25, were found by officers who believe they could have been dead for days

These disturbing images show the house where two parents who had allegedly overdosed on drugs were found dead after their seven-year-old daughter told her school she couldn’t wake them up.

Christopher Dilly, 26, and Jessica Lally, 25, were found on Monday by officers who believe they could have been dead for days.

The pictures show piles of festering rubbish spilling out of dilapidated rooms with doors hanging off their hinges and old kitchen appliances dumped on the floor.

A sandpit marooned among the sea of litter is the only indication that there are children in the house – which otherwise appears unfit to live in.

The bathroom can be seen full of dirty plates and rubbish with brown stains going up the walls.

The pictures were released by Lally's sister Courtney earlier this year after she was left shocked by the overwhelming mess and stench inside the house.

She wrote on Facebook at the time: “This is how Jessica Leigh Lally lives with her children and Christopher Dilly flood Facebook with this in till it gets to them I want people to see what dirty bad parents they truly are.

“It’s so sad they do not care about their children never have never will they beat their kids and make em stand in the corner all day they children are so damaged its not funny’.”

A nine-month-old girl, three-year-old boy and five-year-old boy who were in the Pennsylvania home were taken to hospital for medical tests.

Police were called after the couple’s oldest daughter told one of her teachers that something was wrong, reported Mail Online.

Detectives found evidence of drug use inside the family's apartment but autopsies will be conducted to determine the exact cause of death.

Police have said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths.

Courtney Lally also claimed her sister’s children have medical and developmental problems caused by their parents’ alleged drug addiction.

Local media reported that court records showed no drug arrests for either Lally or Dilly – but he was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge in December and found not guilty.

This is just one snippet of what's going on around the country.

Part of the problem is that people in some states (but probably not in the case above,) like mine, are afraid to call 911 for fear of arrest during an overdose, so they can't get Narcan, which can prevent their OD.

Some places want to make Narcan available over the counter, with some people suggesting that goes too far.

I think that they should be able to call 911 without worrying about arrest, because that OD might be the rock bottom they need to get help.

What do you guys think should be done?

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