Carbon monoxide sickens 3 Va. kids
Three children have been taken to a hospital for evaluation after several people were sickened by carbon monoxide in their Alexandria home.
Alexandria fire officials say units were called to a home on Ancell Street around 7 a.m. and found several residents complaining of headaches and nausea. A neighbor’s carbon monoxide detector was going off, and officials found elevated levels of carbon monoxide in three homes.
Officials say three children who live in the home that the initial call came from were taken to an area hospital for evaluation.
After the three homes were ventilated, carbon monoxide levels returned to normal. Officials say the cause of the incident remains under investigation.
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