Guy Shoots Heroin On Bus, Keels Over (DISTURBING VIDEO)

He's revived on the spot

This was one scary trip.

As passengers called 9-1-1, the driver stopped the bus in Upper Darby so police and emergency workers could come aboard, NBC wrote. Upper Darby police officer Matt Rugh administered naloxone, an overdose reversal spray, through Meeney's nose.

Meeney was able to walk to an ambulance within minutes, the station noted.

Upper Darby police said it released the clip to highlight the severity of the heroin epidemic, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

"There is a lot of value in seeing how people who are addicted will go to whatever ends to use drugs," Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael J. Chitwood said, per the Inquirer. "... It's devastating."

Meeney was eventually arrested and charged with heroin possession, according to reports.

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