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The swollen waters of Yellow Creek in Bath Township flow past the home on Yellow Creek Rd. of Karla Bechler that was inundated and severely damaged by flood waters over five feet high after a large line of thunderstorms moved through the area May 12. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
After losing her nursing license, an Akron woman felt like she had hit rock bottom. So when her friend offered a drug she claimed was even better than the Vicodin she was taking, the former nurse figured she had nothing left to lose.