carbon monoxide

Oct 26, 2018

Carbon monoxide at Baltimore fire academy hospitalizes 13

A carbon monoxide leak at Baltimore's Fire Academy has sent 11 recruits and two administrators to the hospital.

Apr 8, 2015

Officials seek answers in Md. carbon monoxide deaths

Officials are trying to determine what could have been done to prevent the deaths of a man and his seven children who died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Apr 7, 2015

Utility removed stolen electric meter before 8 were poisoned

PRINCESS ANNE — Delmarva Power says it did not cut off power to a family of eight who died of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning because they were behind on their utility bills. Spokesman Matt Likovich says the utility discovered a stolen electric meter had been illegally connected to the rental home where the family was […]

Dec 19, 2013

10 sickened by CO at 2 Md. homes

DUNDALK — Baltimore County officials say 10 people were sickened by carbon monoxide in two separate incidents at homes in Dundalk. Fire department units were called early Thursday to a home on Manor Road for an unconscious seizure patient and found several other residents with symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. Officials say six people were […]

Aug 6, 2012

Carbon monoxide leak at Baltimore post office

A Baltimore fire department spokesman says exhaust fumes from generators outside a post office building are being blamed for sickening employees. Fire department spokesman Kevin Cartwright says two people were taken to hospitals from the main post office complex and a total of 58 were evaluated at the scene, including the two that were transported. […]

Apr 13, 2011

Carbon monoxide leak lawsuits settle

Thirty-four restaurant workers who claim they suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at a waterfront hotel in early 2008 have settled their claims with the hotel’s owner and operator. The confidential settlement includes 20 restaurant workers who were awarded nearly $34 million by a Baltimore City Circuit Court jury in July, an award that was being appealed […]

Dec 15, 2010

Police identify Pikesville carbon monoxide victims

PIKESVILLE — Police have identified two men who died after a release of carbon monoxide in a Pikesville home. The victims were 27-year-old Enael Garcia Lemus and 26-year-old Nelvy Arodain Salguero. Their bodies were found Sunday morning in a basement bedroom of the home. The state medical examiner is conducting autopsies to confirm the cause […]

Dec 10, 2010

Carbon monoxide leak prompts evacuation of Baltimore child care center

A Baltimore fire spokesman says no one was injured by a carbon monoxide leak that prompted the evacuation of a child care center. Fire spokesman Kevin Cartwright says the Pleasant View Gardens Child Care Center was evacuated Friday after the administrator heard carbon monoxide detectors activate. Cartwright said 36 students and 12 teachers and staff […]

Sep 14, 2010

The verdict stands

The Daily Record has posted a few stories on the recent carbon monoxide trial featuring lawyers from the legendary Murphy Firm. A Baltimore City jury compensated 20 restaurant employee plaintiffs in that case with $34.3 million dollars. Plaintiffs argued that a hotel hot water heater leaked dangerous carbon monoxide into the Ruth’s Chris restaurant. Carbon […]

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