The Ada County Sheriff's Office hopes they are not seeing signs of a developing trend after having to use an overdose reversal drug twice in less than a month.
The most recent instance happened Sunday morning.
The sheriff's office says they used Narcan to revive a 30-year-old Kuna man who overdosed on heroin and methamphetamine.
And in late November, deputies used Narcan to save a 16-year-old girl who overdosed on heroin.
Last year, the Ada County sheriff equipped all K-9 deputies with Narcan.
They also placed Narcan at the Kuna and Eagle police substations.
A closer look at the numbers shows that in 2018 Ada County Parademics have administered Narcan more than 70 times on drug-related calls.
In addition, so far this year, 105 people have died from a drug overdose in Ada County. More than half of those deaths were strictly opioid overdoses.