Twenty-two people have now been treated for intoxication after taking a dangerous synthetically made drug that has appeared in Ostrava. One addict died and another is in grave condition.
Police have warned there could be thousands of doses of the synthetic drug among addicts. Six people have been charged in connection with the case.
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