PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Allegheny County Sheriff Sergeant Neil Hall had saved five people with Narcan and on Friday, he made it six.

Sgt. Hall was responding to a call of a man unconscious outside of Larrimor’s Men’s Suit Store on Fifth Avenue downtown when a City of Pittsburgh Police officer told him he had already administered Narcan with no effect.

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That’s when Sgt. Hall called on his experience in incidents like these and positioned the man’s body to administer a second dose of Narcan.

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Following the second dosage, the man became fully awakened and then was transported to a local hospital for observation.

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The male was suspected to be under the influence of opioids.