We’ve just learned what sickened eight people at a group home in Baltimore County. The fire department says they suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning—but they don’t know where the poisonous gas came from!
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Eight people are being treated at the hospital, after breathing high levels of carbon monoxide.
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The Prince George’s County fire department says a Glenarden family of five was taken to a hospital after being exposed to carbon monoxide.
Authorities are investigating a carbon monoxide incident at Baltimore’s main post office.
Prince George’s County fire officials say residents of two homes were sickened by fumes caused by generators and a fire was started in a third home by improper use of a generator.
A day after five people died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in Oxon Hill, Prince George’s County firefighters will canvass the neighborhood to check for working smoke alarms and answer questions about the deadly gas.
Five people are dead in Prince George’s County of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says a 43-year-old Lewistown man has died after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide.
Prince George’s County police say a family of five is in critical condition after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide in their home.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a carbon monoxide incident.