Norfolk police and paramedics were called to three incidents of suspected drug overdoses where naloxone was administered over the past week.A man who was revived from a drug overdose on the weekend fled before first responders arrived at the scene.The 29-year-old man was in medical distress at a Delhi residence at just before 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Another person in the home administered naloxone and then began CPR which led to the man regaining consciousness. The man immediately fled the scene before first responders arrived.Norfolk OPP say they arrived on scene and began to check the surrounding areas for the man, however he was not located. No further information was provided to police or paramedics on scene that would assist in identifying the man.Earlier in the day, police were contacted in regards to an 18-year-old woman in medical distress at a Simcoe residence.Police say a person in the home located the unresponsive female in the residence. The person administered naloxone and another person at the scene began CPR which resulted in the female regaining consciousness.Paramedics transported the woman to hospital by ambulance to be treated.Last Tuesday evening, police were called to a Simcoe address where a 40-year-old man was in medical distress.Police and paramedics arrived on scene and were informed that another person in the house recognized the opioid overdose and immediately administered naloxone.Paramedics continued working on the man while he was transported to a local hospital, where he regained consciousness.The man noted he ingested an unknown quantity of fentanyl.“The resident inside the home recognized that the male was in medical crisis and administered naloxone that assisted in saving this man’s life. When someone is overdosing, minutes can make the difference between life and death,” Norfolk OPP Inspector Joseph Varga said in a media release.