U.S. Woman Seeks Helps of a Fire Station After her Pet Raccoon Allegedly Overdoses on Pot

In Indiana, a woman sought emergency assistance from a fire station in early Friday after she claimed that her pet raccoon allegedly overdosed on pot, officials said.

Fire Captain Michael Pruitt said the woman arrived at Station 82 for emergency care after claiming that her raccoon had been exposed to “too much” of someone else’s marijuana, RTV6 reported.

The woman was frantic and not sure what to do to assist her pet.

The captain said, “the raccoon was very lethargic,” but the fire station couldn’t really offer much help.

“She started explaining what had happened. There wasn’t really much we could do, it was just the sort of thing that was going to take time.”

Subsequently, the owner of the raccoon took her pet home to sleep off the high.

Was it Pot?

However, recordings of Southwest District’s radio chatter show the raccoon might have overdosed on another substance.

“Apparently they have a pet raccoon that got into their meth,” an unidentified officer was heard as saying at 3:57 a.m. Friday.

But a minute later, dispatchers clarified the exact substance: “Sir, Speedway doesn’t have anything, but fire did call across the hall and say that it was a raccoon that overdosed on somebody’s heroin.”