It’s unthinkable: America’s opioid epidemic is driving the rationing of life-saving resources. Hospitals are overwhelmed with overdoses, small-town morgues are running out of space for the bodies, and local officials from Kentucky to Maine are struggling to pay for attempting to revive, rehabilitate or bury the victims. Some cities are even setting limits on the number of time a First Responder can try to save an individual’s life. Learn how these three strikes can take on a deadly new definition of "You're out!".