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Polk County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Hudon was one of the first law enforcement officers responding early Monday morning to the 911 call from Gabi Ostgaard, 17, that her parents, Natalie and Kent Ostgaard, appeared to be victims of carbon monoxide poisoning in their home shown here,just east of Crookston. The couple's oldest daughter, Aryanna Ostgaard, 22, was found unconscious and is hospitalized. GRAND FORKS HERALD/Eric Hylden

Authorities investigating incident that killed couple, sickened daughters in Crookston

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CROOKSTON, Minn. — A husband and wife were found dead in their home just east of Crookston in northwest Minnesota from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning that also sickened two of their three daughters.

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Natalie Ostgaard, 51, and Kent Ostgaard, 49, were found dead in their home after their youngest daughter, Gabi, 17, called 911 at 7:49 a.m., Monday, to report apparent carbon monoxide poisoning, said Polk County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jim Tadman.

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