A Maine couple is facing child endangerment charges after their baby was found choking on fentanyl last week.
News Center Maine said the Oxford County Sheriff's Office received a call on Thursday for a baby choking at an apartment on Mason Street in Bethel.
Authorities said when they arrived, the baby's parents told them the child had been exposed to fentanyl, possibly from a straw that was on a bed they share.
The sheriff's department said they administered Narcan to the baby before transporting him to an area hospital.
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The child is expected to be OK and is now in the custody of the state Department of Health and Human Services.
The baby's parents -- 27-year-old Echo Dunn and 38-year-old Robert Pilgram -- were charged with endangering the welfare of a child.