According to WMTW News 8, a three-year-old Maine girl is currently recovering following what officials say was an apparent overdose from heroin.

On Monday, sheriff's deputies from Oxford County were dispatched to an apartment on Main Street in Brownfield.

The child's mother, Josselyn Henry, had left the room and the child unattended. Between the time she left the room and returned, the girl had gotten into some heroin that had been left out and then overdosed on it. The mother returned to the room to find the little girl unconscious.

The child was immediately transported to a hospital where she's expected to make a full recovery. Henry has been arrested and is being charged with several different things including endangering the welfare of a child.

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