11 Hospitalized for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Md.At least nine people were taken to a local hospital Monday for exposure to carbon monoxide in Rockville, officials say.
Carbon Monoxide Killed Dad, 7 Kids in Md. HomeA divorced kitchen worker and his seven children were accidentally poisoned by carbon monoxide from the generator they were using to keep warm after their electricity was cut off, police said Tuesday.
Md. Woman in Hospital, Dog Dies in Carbon Monoxide PoisoningA Prince George's County woman is in serious condition and her dog is dead after fire officials say a malfunctioning natural gas water heater caused high amounts of carbon monoxide in her home.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Similar to Flu Symptoms, Officials WarnThe bitter cold has made its way to our area and brought with it a spike in cases of the flu virus. But before you sum up your symptoms of nausea or drowsinees to be the flu, fire officials warn it could be a deadly sickness that has very similar symptoms
Hazardous Material at Group Home Sent Eight People to the HospitalMDE says that trace amounts of carbon monoxide were to blame for causing four staffers and four residents to become ill at the Parkville group home.
Oxon Hill Family Dodges Silent Carbon Monoxide BulletAn Oxon Hill family survived a carbon monoxide threat Tuesday because of proper home protection, prompting Prince George’s County fire officials to remind homeowners to follow their lead.
Child, Adult Hospitalized in D.C. for Carbon Monoxide PoisoningOne adult and one child have been taken to a hospital after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning in a northwest home Monday afternoon.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in NW Row HomesTwo people are in the hospital after high levels of carbon monoxide were found in a D.C. building Thursday.
Improper Generator Use Can Lead to Carbon Monoxide PoisoningMany are without power in the area but for those with the added measure of a generator to protect them against power loss, they may not be protected from the dangers of the generator itself.
5 Dead From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Oxon HillWNEW has confirmed five people died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Oxon Hill near the corner of Shelby Drive and Carson Avenue.

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