(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Residents in the 100 block of South Algoma are running out of patience with a new wave sweeping the neighbourhood.
There appears to be a number of people spotted in the area flailing out on hard drugs recently, but one woman is much more frequent and prominent with her flails.
Residents in the area have called the police to report the activity but that has resulted with no fruitful resolution regarding the ongoing flailing. We have been told that the flailing is increasing in intensity and in frequency in the area.
Earlier in the day, a 911 call was made on a faliler that had overdosed. Police, paramedics and firefighters arrived on the scene and the person was taken to the hospital. Back just in time to do it all over again.
Above is a photo that shows two ambulances attending the situation. Below shows the person being whisked off to the hospital for further medical care.
We have been told that this specific woman can be seen flailing out around this building almost daily. The criminal activity also appears to be on the rise in the area. The Chris Osmar alleged kidnapping/rape incident occurred just around the corner from here (link at the end of the article). There are numerous drug houses within a 5-minute walk from this location.
DRUG USERS! Please, if you are going to flail, please stay home or inside the trap/flop house that you are using at. Stop flailing outside where children may see you. Is that too much to ask?
Below is the video of the flailer after clearly arriving in flailtown.
Other than study after study and “harm reduction”, what is being done to curtail the epidemic of dangerous drugs seeping into Thunder Bay? Leave your thoughts in the comments. City councillors, don’t be shy.
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