John 3:16 Mission Director Labels Tulsa's K2 Overdoses A 'Crisis'
TULSA, Oklahoma - EMSA took three more K2 overdose patients to Tulsa hospitals Wednesday evening. This time, the people were staying at Tulsa's John 3:16 Mission at 5th and Cheyenne.
In a video post on the John 3:16 Mission's website, Pastor Steve Whitaker called the use of K2 a "crisis" in Tulsa.
Last week, EMSA responded to over 30 synthetic marijuana overdose incidents outside the Iron Gate Soup Kitchen in downtown Tulsa.
Earlier this week, three men arrested after those overdoses, Bamf Hunter, Thomas Colishaw and Abdur Rahim were charged and have court appearances set for December 9.