Drug-related deaths have soared in New Hampshire, where an liquid of inexpensive heroin has claimed victims from each territory of society. The state is confronting an widespread of obsession and overdoses.
Voters in a state, that binds a first-in-the-nation presidential primary in February, contend drugs are now their biggest concern.
In a initial of a two-part series, a BBC’s Franz Strasser explores a origins of a widespread and a harmful impact it’s carrying on families and communities.
Watch partial two: ‘I can close addicts adult though they’ll be back’