AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — The family of Jose Hernandez is warning other guardians and family members to talk with their teens about the epidemic of fentanyl we are seeing across the country.
“It’s ruining the community. It’s ruining our kids,” Abisaid Hernandez, Jose’s uncle, said.
Abisaid said back on Aug. 10, 13-year-old Jose’s grandma found him in the bathroom in their home.
“When she opened the door, she saw Jose standing there with his head in the sink. His mouth was so purple, his veins were purple and his arms were cold,” Abisaid said.
The family tried to perform CPR while calling 911. They said first responders tried to revive him for over an hour.
“I felt my stomach start hurting, I felt sick,” Margarita Flores, Jose’s grandma,…
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