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Canada Man dead, woman in critical condition after carbon monoxide exposure in Orléans home

23:16  19 november  2019
23:16  19 november  2019 Source:   ottawacitizen.com

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Carbon monoxide is confirmed responsible after a 75-year-old man was found dead and a 75-year-old woman was sent to hospital in critical condition from their home on Phoenix Crescent in Orléans Tuesday morning.(Nov.

An elderly man has died and an elderly woman was rushed to hospital in life-threatening condition on Tuesday morning after they were exposed to high carbon monoxide levels in a First responders were called to a home in the 300 block of Phoenix Crescent in Orléans at around 10:45 a.m. by a

a van parked on the side of a snow covered road: Elderly pair found in critical condition after carbon monoxide exposure in Orléans home. © Ottawa Citizen staff photo Elderly pair found in critical condition after carbon monoxide exposure in Orléans home.

A man in his 70s is dead and an elderly woman is in critical condition after suspected carbon monoxide exposure in their Orléans home.

The pair were found Tuesday morning by a neighbour who had come to check on them. The neighbour was also taken to hospital with symptoms.

Paramedics were called to the home, which police identified as being on Phoenix Crescent at 10:45 a.m.

a group of people standing around a fire hydrant:  Carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected when an elderly man was found dead and a woman was discovered in critical condition at their Phoenix Crescent home in Orleans. © Julie Oliver Carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected when an elderly man was found dead and a woman was discovered in critical condition at their Phoenix Crescent home in Orleans.

The paramedics alerted firefighters who got the woman outside the home near Tenth Line Road and Amiens Street and confirmed their suspicions of high carbon monoxide levels inside.

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The woman was stabilized by paramedics then rushed to a hospital with a hyperbaric chamber for treatment of carbon monoxide poisoning. Her condition was “life-threatening,” paramedics said.

Police said the man was found dead inside the home.

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The neighbour, who was in stable condition, was taken to the hospital as a precaution.

Firefighters took readings of over 600 parts per million (ppm) of carbon monoxide in some parts of the home, reaching up to nearly 700 ppm in the basement, the fire department said.

Health Canada’s indoor air quality guidelines set limits of 10 ppm for long-term exposure and 25 ppm for short periods less than an hour.

The source of the carbon monoxide has yet to be determined, reported the fire department, which remained on the scene with police into the afternoon.

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A woman is dead and a youth is in critical condition after a “likely” carbon monoxide poisoning at a Salmon Arm campground, Saturday morning. “ Carbon monoxide is known as the silent killer because it cannot be seen or smelled,” HealthLink BC says on its website. “If you breathe too much of

a group of people standing on a sidewalk:  Carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected when an elderly man was found dead and a woman was discovered in critical condition at their Phoenix Crescent home in Orleans. © Julie Oliver Carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected when an elderly man was found dead and a woman was discovered in critical condition at their Phoenix Crescent home in Orleans.

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