Opioid crisis goes global as deaths surge in Australia

Carmall Casey walks past photos of her kids that hang next to a clock in the shape of Tasmania, in her home in Black River, Tasmania, Australia, Tuesday, July 23, 2019. While struggling with her addiction, Casey lost her farm. Even worse, she says, she lost her daughter. She made bad choices on the drugs, she admits now. She was living with a volatile man who began to bully Sarah, so she sent her daughter, then 14, to live with her father. It's a decision that tore them apart, and still tears Casey apart today.