Carbon Monoxide

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Authorities: 5 Dead, Carbon Monoxide Suspected

Five people are dead in Prince George’s County of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.


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Md. Man Dies After Carbon Monoxide Exposure

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says a 43-year-old Lewistown man has died after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide.


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Family Overcome By 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.


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2 People Taken To Hospital After Carbon Monoxide Incident

Two people were taken to the hospital after a carbon monoxide incident.


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Fire Department Evaluating Carbon Monoxide Exposure In West Baltimore

The Baltimore City Fire Department is on the scene of Hazmat situation in Northwest Baltimore.


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1 Dead, 2 Critical In Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

An Ellicott City man died overnight and his wife and teenage son are in critical condition in what appears to be a case of carbon monoxide poisoning.



Md. Detention Center Fills With Foul Smell

About 300 inmates had to be evacuated from the Wicomico County Detention Center after an apparent gas water heater failed and filled the facility with carbon monoxide gases.


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CO Poisoning To Blame For Couple’s Death

Westminster Police say two people were found dead in their home Saturday, as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning.


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Carbon Monoxide Leak Prompts Howard Co. Motel Evacuation

Howard County officials say a Laurel motel was temporarily evacuated and 11 people were taken to area hospitals after high levels of carbon monoxide were found.


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Lothian Man Found Dead Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

An Anne Arundel County man is found dead in his home from carbon monoxide poisoning.


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Md. Schools Consider Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Silent danger. Several carbon monoxide scares have prompted schools statewide to consider installing detectors even though they’re not required by law. Who’s taking action to protect your children?


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West Baltimore School Evacuated Again Due To Carbon Monoxide

For the second time in one week, a West Baltimore school is evacuated because of a carbon monoxide leak.