- Louisville emergency crews responded to 151 calls about overdoses over a four-day span
- "He's getting a bluish color to him," frantic 911 caller says
Louisville, Kentucky (CNN)Ben Neal's laptop lights up with emergency calls. A paramedic and supervisor with Louisville Metro Emergency Medical Services, Neal activates the siren on his silver SUV and races off, weaving his way through Sunday traffic.
'It can be anywhere'
The situation appears to be worsening. The four-day spike that began Thursday amounted to an average of 38 overdoses a day, almost double last month's average.