When you think of a supervised injection site for people to legally inject illegal drugs into their bodies, it sounds weird, right? Well South Philly was going to have a facility to do so. It would be the first Safehouse facility injection site in the U.S. where people can receive clean needles to do heroin or whatever other drugs. However, people in the community were not happy that Constitution Health Plaza would have that facility. A lot of people were planning on protesting. However, the facility will no longer open, according to NBC 10. The plaza spokesman, Anthony Campisi said, "We have made the decision to cancel plans to locate a supervised injection site at Constitution Health Plaza." He added, "We believe in the good intentions of all involved – on both sides of this issue – and want to thank you for your honest communications with us over the past few days." I'm quite sure that neighbors are happy to hear there will no longer be a site. Do you remember when it was an epidemic and no one was trying to help people do this, and now there are talks of a site to help drug users? How crazy, right? A legal spot for illegal drugs. Check out more of the story here.