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Recent--- Multiple responses to deadly carbon monoxide (CO) concerns fire officials------vancouver island

 
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02/28/2016 04:36 PM
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Recent--- Multiple responses to deadly carbon monoxide (CO) concerns fire officials------vancouver island
VANCOUVER ISLAND BRITISH COLUMBIA
JAN 19 2016


In the past two months, Langford Fire Rescue has responded to six incidents where deadly carbon monoxide was present inside a home. In two of those cases, an ambulance was called to treat people for carbon monoxide poisoning. While each of the causes for the CO buildup were different, Langford Fire cannot overstate the importance of a CO detector in addition to working smoke alarms.

“In every incident, it was a carbon monoxide detector that alerted the occupants that there was a serious and life threatening problem inside the house,” say Assistant Chief Chris Aubrey. “Those inside had no idea there was a problem until the detector started to sound.”





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Re: Recent--- Multiple responses to deadly carbon monoxide (CO) concerns fire officials------vancouver island
Something major brewing up for the
West coast .
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Re: Recent--- Multiple responses to deadly carbon monoxide (CO) concerns fire officials------vancouver island
How many feet from the floor should you put the detector? I think mine might be too low plugged into a low outlet a foot from the floor. At what level does CO2 settle, near the floor or up high?





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