They raped the Opioids. Now they will run in Marathon New York.


New York City nearly 5 billion people increased the death rate of 100,000 people between 2010 and 2015. Also, opioids have been linked with more than 42,000 national deaths in 2016, five times in 1999, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

John Kane, 47, completed treatment approximately five months ago on Odyssey House, offering inpatient and outpatient treatment for young people and adults throughout the city. Mr. Kane, originally from the island of Long Island, said he had raped his friends about 20 years ago, and then he was arrested by heroin.

The group, he said, gave the driver a passing through the time he was in bed.

"It can also be transferred to anything else that I do in life," Kane said. "Strong work, resilience, and honorable marathon can go beyond your daily life – until you set goals, work on that vision and reach that goal."

He now has regular construction work He wants to finish the second marathon After four hours on Sunday.

Andrew Caceres said he was 19 years old and lived in the Hudson Valley when he posted her heroin. He has reached a very high car, stressing that he had a legal problem that left him in prison and finally Odyssey House, where he lives.

Mr Caceres, a 3-year-old boy and a 4-month-old girl, began training in heating and heating technology. It is qualified for the team to help them find the best way to survive.

"I am at this time," Mr. Caceres, 25, said. "I want to stay with my daughter, I want to stay with my son, I want my freedom."