Multiple People Sick From Possible Carbon Monoxide PoisoningSeveral people are sick after authorities responded to a carbon monoxide detector going off in Harford County.
Firefighters On Lunch Break Discover Carbon Monoxide LeakA sandwich shop with dangerously high levels of carbon monoxide got lucky when two hungry firefighters walked in the door for lunch.
Officials Evacuate House After Child Found UnconsciousA Maryland home was evacuated after authorities discovered a high concentration of carbon monoxide while helping an unconscious child.
Carbon Monoxide Leak Reported At AACo. RestaurantSeven people are hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning at an Anne Arundel County restaurant.
Free Carbon Monoxide Detectors To Be Installed In 100 HomesThe Princess Anne Fire Department is set to begin installing free carbon monoxide detectors in homes.
11 Sickened By Carbon Monoxide At Maryland Construction SiteAuthorities in Montgomery County say 11 construction workers were sickened by carbon monoxide at a Rockville warehouse.
Md. Family Who Died Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Laid To RestEight white hearses carried a Maryland family to their funeral Saturday at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, each hearse with a picture of a family member staring out from a window.
Father, 7 Children Found Dead In Likely Carbon Monoxide IncidentA family of eight is found dead inside their Eastern Shore home -- seven of them were children.
6 Sickened After Baltimore Carbon Monoxide IncidentIt is colorless, odorless and potentially deadly. A Baltimore family knows the dangerous of carbon monoxide firsthand. Six people, including a baby, were rushed to the hospital.
2 Taken To Hospital After Carbon Monoxide ExposureMontgomery County fire officials say two people were taken to an area hospital after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide inside their Takoma Park home.
Possible Carbon Monoxide Incident In West Baltimore Under InvestigationCity police and firefighters were called to the 600 block of N. Carrollton Avenue for reports of a carbon monoxide leak.
Attorneys File Class Action Lawsuit Against BWI Westin HotelDays after carbon monoxide sickened guests and workers at a hotel near BWI, attorneys filed a class action lawsuit in the case.