Seattle family of 3 sickened by carbon monoxide fumes from faulty furnace

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SEATTLE — The Seattle Fire Department advises residents to protect themselves from carbon monoxide poisoning by installing a detector in their home for the colorless, odorless gas.

A family of three was sickened by fumes Thursday and firefighters responded to their 911 call. They found a woman and 10-year-old daughter outside the house but the father was in the basement. All three were given oxygen and transported to a hospital to be checked.

Firefighters discovered the carbon monoxide was coming from a faulty furnace in the basement.

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