10 People Get Sick From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Redmond
December 24, 2017
(REDMOND, WA.) -- Ten people have had to be hospitalized for treatment of carbon-monoxide poisoning in Redmond.
The Seattle Times reported Sunday that a vehicle was left running in a garage early Sunday morning in the 16400 block of Northeast 91st Street which sent deadly fumes into the attached townhouses.
The report says police and firefighters responded to a 911 call just after 1:00 am and found "numerous people" who were ill in the townhouses and were in various stages of consciousness.
They were rushed to four area hospitals, according to the report. Their conditions were not immediately known.