Wasp spray used as meth alternative has caused at least 3 fatal overdoses, West Virginia police say | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Wasp spray used as meth alternative has caused at least 3 fatal overdoses, West Virginia police say

People in West Virginia are using a new chemical to gain a methamphetamine-like high: wasp spray.

State police told WCHS that the chemical spray is being used as an alternative form of meth.

On Friday, nearly 30 cans of wasp spray were sold in Boone County alone.

"From what we're being told, if you use it, you know, you might use it once or twice and be fine, but the third time when your body hits that allergic reaction, it can kill you," Sgt. Charles Sutphin said.

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