A Chesterfield mother spoke at a city council meeting Monday about a dangerous new synthetic drug called N-Bomb that she believes nearly killed her 15-year-old daughter.
A Chesterfield mom is speaking out about a dangerous new synthetic drug that she said nearly took the life of her daughter during a party on New Year's Eve. Carley B. Alves said she learned about the hallucinogenic N-Bomb, a potent, LSD-like substance, after her 15-year-old daughter and Ursuline Academy freshman was brought home from the party in an incoherent state. "Every time she would open her eyes she would see bright lights, so she had to keep her eyes closed," Alves said. "Her perception of sound changed. She thought she was whispering, but she was told she was screaming. She also had uncontrollable body movements and then she also had—which is the scariest part—difficulty breathing." Read the full story on Chesterfield Patch.