Portable Generators Can be Source of Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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By The Staff


The following press release was issued by the Kentucky Poison Control Center:

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 30, 2009) – The high number of power outages has caused many Kentuckians to resort to using alternative heat sources to heat their homes, increasing the possibility for exposure to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. In the last 72 hours, the Kentucky Poison Control Center has received 95 calls to its hotline seeking information on carbon monoxide poisoning, according to Poison Center Director Henry Spiller.

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