Editorial: Guard against CO poisoning
If you don't have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, it's time to get one.
A Detroit Lakes woman had a close call with carbon monoxide poisoning recently, and five people were injured, two critically, in a carbon monoxide leak at a Minneapolis apartment building on Tuesday.
Fire crews found dangerously high carbon monoxide levels throughout the building after residents complained of nausea and headaches.
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