Dozens Dead In NY From ‘Zombie’ Drug, Schumer Says

  • Dozens of deaths across New York have involved a flesh-eating deadly “zombie” drug used to sedate animals dubbed “Tranq,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said on Sunday.
  • Tranq, formally known as Xylazine — particularly when mixed with fentanyl — has been trending in the U.S., causing federal officials to warn Americans of the alarming widespread threat it poses to the public.
  • Commonly known as the tranq or zombie drug by traffickers, the substance reportedly causes an extended euphoric feeling and is commonly used as a pharmaceutical drug to sedate animals.
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