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Yavapai County sees 20% spike in overdose deaths; more than half linked to fentanyl

The Cupp family holds a T-shirt tribute to their daughter, Hannah Mae Cupp, who died of fentanyl intoxication on March 22, 2020. She was 17. Pictured are parents Mike and Sommer Cupp with their 12-year-old daughter, Randi, center. According to MatForce’s Overdose Fatality Review Board report, fentanyl was detected in the system of 42 of the 82 deaths chronicled. (Nanci Hutson/Courier)

The Cupp family holds a T-shirt tribute to their daughter, Hannah Mae Cupp, who died of fentanyl intoxication on March 22, 2020. She was 17. Pictured are parents Mike and Sommer Cupp with their 12-year-old daughter, Randi, center. According to MatForce’s Overdose Fatality Review Board report, fentanyl was detected in the system of 42 of the 82 deaths chronicled. (Nanci Hutson/Courier)

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