JAMESTOWN – A new billboard on display in Jamestown is warning onlookers not to trust their meth.
Located along Allen Street, the billboard is part of a campaign launched by the Erie County Health Department.
It warns that the deadly substance fentanyl could be mixed with meth causing people to overdose and die.
The Health Department says the number of fentanyl-related deaths are on the rise.
The billboards also recommend that users carry Narcan with them. Narcan is a substance used to counter the effects of an opioid overdose.
Narcan can be obtained from any pharmacist, without a prescription.
The “Don’t Trust Your Meth” billboard is a federal-funded advertisement.