Pittsburgh Deaths Orange Wristbands: 3 Dead, 4 Hospitalized in Pittsburgh From Overdoses

Pittsburgh Deaths Orange Wristbands: 3 Dead, 4 Hospitalized in Pittsburgh From Overdoses

Pittsburgh Deaths Orange Wristbands – It is with the deepest sadness and shock that we have to report that the death of 3 people why 4 were Hospitalized in Pittsburgh.

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We found out about the recent incident in Pittsburgh Today. This was made known to us through the tributes posted on social media platforms by friends and family.

If you don’t mind receive our most profound sympathy during this period.

According to a source, seven people wearing orange wristbands were hospitalized – and three of them are dead – after a likely drug overdose on the South Side of Pittsburgh on September 21, 2019.

In an 8:43 a.m. update on September 22, Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich confirmed three people were dead and four people were in the hospital with conditions ranging from serious to critical. “Five victims found in apartment, one in elevator outside apartment and one on street at 26th/Carson,” a news release from Pittsburgh Public Safety read.

What was the cause?

Authorities suspect a drug overdose, saying in a press release that “the initial investigation into the Southside medical incident suggests this was a drug-related overdose.” The names of those who died have now been given as Rubiel Martinez, 32, of Columbus; Josue Serrano, 38, of Carthage; and Joel Pecina, 32, of Coraopolis.

The release continued, “The victims — including three people who died and four who remain hospitalized — appear to have been at the same venue together, and then to have gone to a second location at a private residence where they apparently overdosed on drugs. The victims all took the narcotics at the same time and in the same location.”

Here’s what you need to know About The Incident:

Police Were Seeking Knowledge of a Party or Event Where People Were Given Orange Wristbands

People Reacted on Social Media to the Orange Wristband Angle

“Orange wristband BAD,” wrote another. “The ‘all we know is everyone was wearing orange wristbands’ part is so sinister to read,” a man wrote on Twitter. “Regarding the orange wristband incident making the news right now. I’m guessing whatever sickened/killed those people happened after the event they attended. They just happened to still have their wristbands on. If it were the event there would be many more ill/dead,” speculated another Twitter user.

Praise the life of the deceased, leave a benevolent word for the. . Companions, Family and Friends and family has spilled out their lament and sympathy to respect the passing ceaselessly of the expired.


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