Officials: Manhattan day care containing ghost guns, fentanyl shut down
Mayor Eric Adams and law enforcement officials announced on Wednesday that an at-home child care facility in Manhattan was exposed for having fentanyl and ghost guns.
This comes nearly two weeks after a fatal drug bust at a day care in the Bronx, where a 1-year-old child died due to fentanyl exposure. Four other children were hospitalized due to fentanyl exposure.
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Adams told concerned parents that the administration will “remain vigilant” and will be working with health officials, law enforcement and prosecutors to come up with a plan for safety inspections moving forward.