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Mass casualty overdose leaves one dead and 12 hospitalized in Chico, California

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Authorities in Northern California said a mass casualty overdose on the powerful narcotic fentanyl left one person dead and 12 people hospitalized in Chico. Two police officers who responded became ill and were treated and released from a hospital, said Mike O'Brien, a police captain in Chico, California.