The Dangers of a Drug Named "Molly "
Published February 27th, 2014
GAINESVILLE -- It's a street drug found in North Central Florida with newfound popularity, but also newfound consequences.
The name "Molly" may not elicit thoughts of danger, but that's exactly what many health experts are concluding after the drug has been linked to the deaths of two students in New York.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports, the drug's recent popularity may lead to more deadly consequences.
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