BEREA, Ohio – A Berea man is asking emergency staff in Euclid to forgive him for a way he handled them when he overdosed on heroin on Monday, in response to WJW.
Randy contacted WJW as a result of he needed first responders and Euclid hospital staff to understand how a lot he appreciates them saving his life.
“I had been clear for 3 or 4 months,” he stated. “I set to work; I used to be in Euclid, and anyone walked as much as me and stated, ‘take a pattern,’ so I took the pattern.”
Randy stated he thinks the pattern was principally fentanyl.
“I turned blue and my boss discovered me within the different room; it was fairly horrific,” he stated.
Randy’s boss referred to as Euclid Hearth and Rescue, who transported him to the emergency room at Cleveland Clinic Euclid. However, even earlier than he received there, Randy says he took out his anger on the individuals who saved his life.
“I yelled at them,” he stated. “I really feel so horrible about how I handled them; these individuals save individuals’s lives every single day they usually’re getting yelled at..”
Randy says he has tried to give up many occasions and has been clear for a yr, however he says when a vendor provided him a free pattern, he could not management himself.
He hopes his apology to first responders might be a brand new starting as he will get able to attempt to give up once more.
Randy says he misplaced his job over the incident and in addition needs to apologize to his boss.
“It is horrible how I acted,” he stated. “I should not have acted that approach. You individuals are lovely, what you do is completely lovely. Do not ever allow us to morons act like that towards you and take that away from you.”