Another person has died because of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
Another death apparently linked to the snow storm— this time in the town of Sharon.
The state has recorded its fourth death related to the October snowstorm and power outages, a carbon monoxide-related death in the Thompsonville section of Enfield.
A mother and her five children, all between the ages of infant and eight, were taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital Thursday night after being exposed to extremely high levels of Carbon Monoxide at a house in Wallingford.
Six members of an East Hartford family were hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning after using a portable generator during a power outage.
More than 800 Plainville High School students got an unexpected day off when carbon monoxide was detected in their school.
Two Connecticut legislative committees are endorsing a proposal that would require at least one carbon monoxide detector in every public and private school building.
Lincoln Middle School in Meriden was evacuated this morning after a report of high levels of carbon monoxide.
Officials at St. Mary’s and Waterbury Hospital say students recovered quickly after being given oxygen following exposure to carbon monoxide at the Barnard School Tuesday, School officials say a total of 40 students and one […]
HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) – Authorities have confirmed that a Hamden couple found dead in their home died of carbon monoxide poisoning. The medical examiner says Henry and Nancy Taylor died Tuesday after a car was […]