A down substance of brown granules were tested on 3rd June at Overdose Prevention Society; positive for benzo's and fentanyl using test strips, and high concentration of fentanyl contamination detected using the FTIR Spectrometer. The supplier had it tested at the OPS and states it is for personal use, but users should be aware if they see this that it is very concentrated fentanyl.
A grey chunk (gravel rocks which are grey/black and jaggered) substance of down was tested on 3rd June at Overdose Prevention Society which results showed positive for fentanyl and benzo's (test strips) and the FTIR Spectrometer showed results for caffeine and erythritol.
An unknown white chunk substance (found on the ground) but suspected to be crack cocaine was tested on 3rd June at Overdose Prevention Society. This substance indicated a cocaine base through FTIR Spectrometer testing and high concentration of fentanyl. It also tested positive for fentanyl using test strips but negative for benzo's. Alerting for presence of fentanyl – if you use crack cocaine, please have it tested for fentanyl at any OPS or other harm reduction resource.