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The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning You Need to Know

The risk of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning is highest during the winter months

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A woman died in her Pennsylvania home recently due to a gas leak. Her adult son and husband were in the house and were hospitalized. The gas leak may have been the result of a possible faulty appliance.




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B.R. Shenoy

B.R. Shenoy

Top Writer Ideas & Photography/Owner of The Community Dispatch/M.S. Toxicology/B.S. Biochemistry/Former Expat on 3 Continents/Wife/Mom of 2 Superstar Kids.

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