On March 9, 2020 Springfield Fire Company responded with EMS to the Day’s Inn for a cardiac arrest. Squad 44 responded quickly and arrived, they found a 58 year old person unconscious with depressed breathing. A witness reported a possible opioid overdose. The crew immediately administered naloxone (narcan) to the subject and assisted breathing with a bag-valve-mask. EMS arrived and continued care administering another dose of naloxone. After several minutes the subject woke up and was conscious enough to walk to the ambulance. This was the first time Springfield Fire Company has administered naloxone since we were approved to carry it on February 1, 2020. The members of the company want to thank Chief Mark Sherwood and the Springfield Township Commissioners for their progressive thinking and giving our firefighters the opportunity to assist those who are suffering from an overdose.