Body camera shows an officer being administered Narcan after a drug arrest in Columbus.
The video shows an officer questioning the suspect after another officer fell ill.
Officer: What is that? What is that that you have? No, No, No, what is that that you have in the car?
Suspect: She called it ICE, I swear to God that's what she called it.
Officer: Is there Fentanyl in it?
Suspect: Not that I know of.
Officer: OK, well we have an officer having an effect right now.
The officer was taken to a local hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, according to our partners at 10TV.
Lab tests showed the substance was methamphetamine. Narcan is typically used to counteract opiods, which methamphetamine is not. Police said it was the right move, according to 10TV.
The woman accused of having the drugs pled guilty to possession of drug abuse instruments.
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