The families of a Denver-area couple who were killed along with their two young children by carbon monoxide in a home near Aspen have settled a civil lawsuit.
Investigators are stumped as to the source of a carbon monoxide leak in a home that sent 10 people to the hospital on New Year’s Day.
Five adults and five elementary school aged children were sent to St. Anthony’s hospital where they are reportedly all doing well and recovering.
Students at the University of Denver were allowed to return to Nelson Hall after they were forced out six hours earlier during an investigation into increased carbon monoxide levels.
Students at a western Colorado elementary school will have classes at different schools while officials investigate the cause of a suspicious odor that hospitalized 22 students and a teacher this week.
A district judge in Aspen has decided there is probable cause for felony negligent-homicide charges against a subcontractor and former building inspector.
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