b'THE PITTSBURGHREPORT TO THE FOUNDATIONCOMMUNITY Gloria M. Ford joins other Clairton residents and activists at a July30 community meeting at thetowns municipal building to voice their concerns about dangerous levels of pollution emitted from U.S. Steels Clairton Coke Works. Ford holds her handwritten comment, in which she describes how she must wear a mask to minimize respiratory issues related to thepollution. Since the Allegheny County Health Departmentinstituted its naloxone distribution and outreach program in 2016, it has handed out 19,575 naloxone kits and trained 4,135 people to administer this life-saving drug. 31'