‘General Hospital’ star Jack Wagner’s son, Harrison, found deceased in LA parking lot

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The youngest son of “General Hospital” star Jack Wagner was found dead in a Los Angeles parking lot Monday night, Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner has confirmed to Page Six.

Twenty-seven-year-old Harrison Wagner was pronounced deceased at 5:14 a.m. in the 11200 block of Chandler Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley suburb of North Hollywood. A cause of death has not yet been established and is listed as “deferred” by the authorities.

“Deferred means that after an autopsy, a cause of death has not been determined and the medical examiner is requesting more investigation into the death, including additional studies. Once the tests/studies come back, the doctor evaluates the case again and makes the cause of death determination,” the coroner’s office told Fox News Digital.

Harrison had struggled with substance addiction in the past, at one point disappearing for a week in the summer of 2016 after a relapse which prompted his father Jack to post on social media, “I’m going to ask those who want to share their fears, addictions & struggles to do so w me via Twitter. We can face them 2gether, I’ll start,” he wrote at he time.

“I fear for my youngest sons safety,” he expressed in another tweet. “Harrison has struggled w drugs & alcohol just as I did when I was younger. He’s relapsed & is MIA 5days.”

Later that day, he posted to his fans he had finally heard back from Harrison.

“Harrisons been in touch,” he tweeted. “He’s 21 & in charge of his life, ty for the lv & prayers, please continue to share your struggles, it helps us all.”

While no determination has been made as to the specific cause of death in Harrison Wagner’s case, there exists an undeniable scourge of fentanyl and fentanyl-laced drugs pouring across the southern border which has contributed to unprecedented numbers of fatal overdoses, many accidental.

In February, BizPac Review reported that Riverside County (CA) District Attorney Michael Hestrin warned fentanyl overdoses are a grave threat to American citizens and are the main catalyst fueling the nation’s drug crisis.

“We got to push back, get the word out that this will not be tolerated in our counties,” he advised.

“We are working hard to get the message out and you having me on the program and covering this also helps,” Hestrin told Fox News at the time, adding, “People need to understand there is no safe way to use or deal fentanyl.”

“The drugs that are on the streets now are virtually all laced with fentanyl, it’s all mixed in,” he cautioned.

“There never was a time when drugs were safe, but now they are literally killing people; It’s playing Russian roulette.”

Fox News reported in December that fentanyl overdoses had become the number one cause of death among U.S. adults ages 18-45. Approximately 71 percent of those were male.

But the pestilence extends far beyond California.

“The DEA is seeing a nationwide spike in fentanyl-related mass-overdose events involving three or more overdoses occurring close in time at the same location,” a letter the DEA sent to law enforcement offices across the country in April said.

“In just the past few months, there have been at least 7 confirmed mass overdoses across the United States resulting in 58 overdoses and 29 overdose deaths. Many of the victims of these mass overdose events thought they were ingesting cocaine and had no idea they were in fact ingesting fentanyl,” it added.

The cities where recent incidents happened include, Austin, Texas; Omaha, Nebraska; St. Louis, Missouri; and Washington, D.C, according to the DEA.

President Joe Biden and Congress could easily unite the country were they to declare war (not metaphorically, militarily) on drug cartels, but the regime seems to only be interested in cultivating fear and poverty here at home.

Major cities like New York, for instance, have just given up.

As reported here, NYC’s Health Department in May kicked off a “Let’s Talk Fentanyl” ad campaign assuring addicts they shouldn’t be ashamed for using the drug; rather, the ads provide step-by-step tutorials on how to avoid killing oneself while using one of the most dangerous substances in the world.

As for the tragic case of the Wagner family, Harrison Wagner is survived by his divorced parents Jack and Kristina, his older brother Peter, and his younger half-sister Kerry, Page Six reported.

(Image: harrisonwagner/Instagram)

His last Instagram post, dated May 22, is captioned “Focus. YOU are left with YOU and your thoughts.”

In addition to starring on “General Hospital,” actor Jack Wagner is known for roles on “Melrose Place,” “The Bold and The Beautiful” and “Santa Barbara,” as well as for guest acting spots on dozens of serials and made-for-television movies.

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