Attorney General Andy Beshear, right, talks to director of office initiatives Jonathan Smith, far left, and investigator Josh Keats about the assistance they provided Sept. 7, 2017, to an overdosed man in downtown Lexington traffic.
Attorney General Andy Beshear, right, talks to director of office initiatives Jonathan Smith, far left, and investigator Josh Keats about the assistance they provided Sept. 7, 2017, to an overdosed man in downtown Lexington traffic. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Attorney General Andy Beshear, right, talks to director of office initiatives Jonathan Smith, far left, and investigator Josh Keats about the assistance they provided Sept. 7, 2017, to an overdosed man in downtown Lexington traffic. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

How bad is Kentucky’s drug crisis? AG Andy Beshear helped pull a dying man from a car.

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