Using Nalaxone, police revived two young men who appeared to have overdosed on opiates Saturday night in East Troy, according to a town of East Troy police news release.

At about 11:29 p.m. Saturday, a town police officer saw two bodies near a vehicle in the state Department of Natural Resources parking lot at County J and Stringers Bridge Road, according to the release. A Walworth County sheriff’s deputy also responded to the scene.

The two responding officers administered naloxone and revived the two men, ages 21 and 20, the release states.

Police advise civilians to call 911 if they think someone suffering an overdose, according to the release.

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