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    A used syringe lies in the grass on West Main Street in downtown Austin, Ind., recently. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has declared a public health emergency in the county at the epicenter of an HIV outbreak. The Associated Press

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    Signs are posted for the Austin Community Outreach Center where drug users can take part in a needle exchange program instead of sharing needles. The Associated Press

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    Medical waste containers are stored in preparation for Scott County residents that are looking to exchange used needles at the Community Outreach Center in Austin, Indiana.on April 4, 2015. An HIV outbreak among intravenous drug users has grown to nearly 90 cases. The Associated Press

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    Austin Police Chief Don Spicer responds to a question during a news conference in Austin, Ind. Indiana officials say they have enllisted specialists from other states to track down about 130 additional people who may be infected with HIV. The Associated Press

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    Kyle Bonham prepares to get test clients for HIV at the Austin Community Outreach Center. The Associated Press

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    Stickers are given to clients after they get tested for HIV at the One-Stop Shop at the Austin Community Outreach Center. The Associated Press

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