‘One pill can kill’: Tragic teen deaths spur California schools to finally battle fentanyl crisis
November 4, 2022
Laura Didier has lost count of the number of times she’s described her son’s death.
On a December early afternoon in 2020, Zach’s dad found him slumped over his desk and tried to revive him until paramedics arrived, but it was already too late. The screaming father told the emergency responders not to give up, reaching for their defibrillator to try to bring his son back to life. When he finally looked up and saw the firefighters and paramedic crying, he curled into the fetal position on the floor.