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Two Treated in Carbon Monoxide Scare
7:01am 21st January 2014
Paramedics have treated two people for breathing in a potentially deadly gas in St Germans.
It is after fire crews were called to a carbon monoxide detector sounding late on Monday night.
It is the fourth incident in the Duchy in a fortnight.
A spokesperson for Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "One appliance from Saltash responded to a report of a Carbon Monoxide Detector sounding at a property in St Germans.
"Crews entered the property using breathing apparatus and a gas detector.
"A reading was found and the property was ventilated two people are being treated by the Ambulance Service as a precaution."
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