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GREENSBURG (KDKA) — The Westmoreland County coroner’s office says the number of fatal overdoses in the county went down in 2018.

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The office’s 2018 annual report was released Friday.

The coroner responded to 2,875 deaths in 2018 — the highest caseload for the office in history.

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The number of accidental drug overdoses, however, was the lowest on record since 2014.

There were 120 overdose deaths in 2018. This comes after the county reached a record-breaking high of 190 overdose deaths in 2017.

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The coroner’s office says fentanyl-related overdoses decreased 40 percent from 2017, prescription opioid-related overdoses decreased 28 percent from 2017 and heroin-related overdoses decreased 4 percent from 2017.