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As of August 2021, at least 70,000 deaths were caused by synthetic opioid overdoses in just over a year, including thousands of teens and young adults. TODAY’s Natalie Morales talks with families impacted by these overdoses, and shows just how easy it is for people to find pills that may be unknowingly laced with fentanyl.