Residents Want Answers After 'Scary' Carbon Monoxide LeakA carbon monoxide poisoning scare at an apartment building in Boulder has tenants concerned.
Firefighters Rescue Cats, Dogs In Carbon Monoxide CallResidents of an apartment building in Boulder remain evacuated due to a carbon monoxide leak.
Father And Son Were Killed By Carbon Monoxide In Tent, Not LightningCarbon monoxide from a camp stove burning in their tent killed a father and son camping near Aspen.
Cause Of Death Determined For Maroon Bells CampersThe Pitkin County Coroner's office identified two suspected lightning strike victims as 41-year-old Jeffery Beard and 14-year-old Cameron Beard.
Family Of 12 In Pueblo Survives Carbon Monoxide LeakThe family's father said he heard his 6-year-old screaming in pain while the rest of the family was sleeping in their home in west Pueblo.
Carbon Monoxide Suspected In Hunter's Death Near MeekerMoffat County authorities say one hunter has died and two have been taken to a hospital in a suspected case of carbon monoxide poisoning in northwestern Colorado.
Firefighters Warn About Potentially Deadly Gas Firefighters in Denver are hoping with the cooler temperatures that homeowners and renters will take precautions to protect themselves form a potentially deadly gas.
Firefighters: New Tool Saves Family From CO PoisoningFirefighters in Arvada say a new tool saved a family that was inside a home filled with carbon monoxide.
Settlement Reached In 2008 Deaths Near AspenThe 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 Stumped As To Source Of Carbon Monoxide Leak That Sent 10 To HospitalInvestigators 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.
Carbon Monoxide Fills Littleton Home, Sending 10 To HospitalFive adults and five elementary school aged children were sent to St. Anthony's hospital where they are reportedly all doing well and recovering.
DU Students Allowed Back In Dorm After Carbon Monoxide Levels EscalateStudents 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.

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