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Over 40 Hospitalized after D.C. Carbon Monoxide Leak

Firefighters were initially called to the scene for the report of a sick person.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

WASHINGTON (WUSA) - Forty three people have been transported after a carbon monoxide leak  at 1324 Harvard Street, NW, DC. DC Fire Spokesperson Pete Piringer says about 3:15 p.m. fire crews were called to the scene for the report of a sick person. When crews arrived, one of the fire crew members recognized this person and a couple of others were suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.

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