Harvey Pekar’s death due to Cleveland drug injury

by nph | October 21st, 2010

October 21, 2010

Harvey Pekar’s fans know him for his body of work in comic books. Movie buffs know him as the subject of the 2003 film about his life American Splendor.

However, the Ohio native has died after a Cleveland drug injury. According to WOIO, the artist died after accidentally overdosing on Prozac and a smoking cessation drug, leading to the Cleveland drug injury that ended his life.

At the time of the Cleveland drug injury and death, Pekar was 70.

Many prescribed medications can cause Ohio drug injuries, so patients must be very diligent and cautious when taking medications, as their side effects can cause drug injuries even when patients take the correct prescribed doses.

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