Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
A Denver woman has died from carbon monoxide poisoning while she was trying to heat her home with a gas generator.
Fire investigators say a Denver woman who couldn’t afford to heat her home died when she tried using a gas generator.
A Denver woman says she could have died in her apartment was it not for her neighbors.
An elderly woman is recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning after a neighbor rushed her to the hospital on Sunday.
Someone might have altered a boiler after Pitkin County officials issued a permit for an Aspen-area home where a Denver family of four died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Four people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after they were poisoned by carbon monoxide fumes. Three of the four victims are students at Colorado State University living off campus.
Fire officials in Vail are sounding the warnings about carbon monoxide poisoning. They say snow on roofs is causing the problem.
Attorneys representing Pitkin County commissioners are seeking to dismiss the county from a lawsuit over the carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of a Denver family in 2008.
Prosecutors have dropped some charges filed against three men in the carbon monoxide deaths of a family staying in a home near Aspen.
A Lafayette mother and daughter found dead in their car inside their garage died from carbon monoxide poisoning.