By Lynda Kinkade
Original Source: cnn.com
Lawrenceville, Georgia (CNN) Twenty seconds is all it took to kill 19-year-old Dustin Manning.
His devastated parents, Greg and Lisa Manning, said the toxicology report found he had taken a toxic mix of heroin and fentanyl, a synthetic opioid so powerful it’s often fatal.
“The amount of fentanyl in his body was the equivalent to three grains of salt. That’s all it took to kill a 180-pound guy,” said Greg Manning. Dustin died on Friday, May 26, in Lawrenceville, a suburb on the outskirts of Atlanta.
At 6:09 a.m., paramedics were called to a home with reports of an unresponsive teenager. Dustin was dead.
“I had told him I’d get him up early for work, and I came up around 5:45 to wake him up, and when I opened the door, he looked like he was tying his shoes. Very quickly I realized, grabbed him and he was cold,” said Greg Manning.
Lisa Manning was at the gym when she got the call from her husband. “He said, ‘Oh my God, oh my God, call 911.’ I didn’t ask any questions. I knew.”
Less than an hour later, at 6:53 a.m., another phone call was placed to 911.
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