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Carbon monoxide poisoning risk on the rise

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Carbon monoxide poisoning risk on the rise
Carbon monoxide poisoning risk on the rise

As we head into winter, we're at an even greater risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

People at Luna learned that the hard way last night when firefighters found high levels of carbon monoxide coming from a furnace.

A south hill restaurant is back open tonight... After suffering a carbon monoxide scare.

Good evening -- i'm nia wong.

And i'm aaron luna.

As we head into winter -- we're at an even greater risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

People at luna learned that the hard way last night... When firefighters found high levels of carbon monoxide coming from a furnace.

Taylor graham joins us now -- with how to stop this from happening... Because it's odorless, colorless and tasteless --it's hard to know just how much carbon monoxide is in your home --and if you're actually being poisoned by it -- unless you have working detectors.

You can't see it -- or smell it --but you'll feel the effects of it.and the longer you're exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide --the worse you'll feel.08:57:16:51.

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