Rich started with marijuana in high school and soon sought crack cocaine and died at the age of 22 after taking a lethal dosage of crack. He died while driving on the highway and hitting a tree. He left a wife and child and a new baby on the way. He loved his young family and his 6 siblings and parents. He tried rehabilitation and still could only think of where he could get his next high. If you see yourself in a similar situation, please hang on and don't let this happen to you. Turn to your family. They are there for you.
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