HOLT, Mich. (WLNS) – Video released by the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office shows first responders administering Narcan to three unconscious, overdosing people at a restaurant in Holt.

On July 22, Ingham County received numerous 911 calls reporting that three people at Rocky’s Roadhouse were not breathing.

Upon arrival, deputies located the three unconscious people, who were in various stages of cardiac arrest.

Bodycam footage shows Ingham County deputies and Delhi Township Fire Department medics using Narcan, medication that can help prevent a fatal opioid overdose, and providing other life saving treatment to revive three individuals.

“To watch the video of how our guys reacted and how some patrons were able to assist us in our life saving efforts was, it was a team effort,” said Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth.

Eventually, all three were miraculously saved and were later transported to local hospitals by the Delhi Township and Lansing Fire Departments.

“Without the immediate lifesaving measures of both Ingham County Sheriff’s deputies and the Delhi Township Fire Department, this very likely could have been a triple tragedy,” Wriggelsworth said.

He said that his department has been responding to an increasing amount of overdose cases.

“We’ve seen this steady progression; increased numbers. We as a community need to find a way to curb this epidemic,” Wriggelsworth said.