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10/21/2012

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4 hospitalized from CO poisoning


The Capital 

SEVERN, Md. — Four people were taken to the hospital on Friday after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning in Severn, officials said.

Anne Arundel County firefighters were called to a home in the 1800 block of Meade Village Circle at about 4 p.m. on Friday, where they found three people sick from carbon monoxide, said Battalion Chief. Steve Thompson, a spokesman for the county Fire Department.

All three were taken to Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie for treatment.

An hour later, firefighters were called back for a fourth person who was sick. That person also was treated at BWMC.

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