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Harrisburg police attempted a traffic stop, near North 18th and Regina Streets, Friday evening.
Police say the vehicle fled the scene.
According to investigators, an object was thrown from the vehicle, in the area of North 17th and Regina Streets.
The officer stopped and secured that item.
Police say the officer discovered it contained a suspected opioid substance.
After coming in contact with the substance, the officer began to have symptoms of a potential exposure to opioids, according to investigators.
The officer called for assistance and was given a dose of Narcan. He was taken to the hospital, treated, and released.
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Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact Harrisburg Police at 717-558-6900.
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