Canadian News Jan 26, 2021 6:45 PM EST

One dead, two hospitalized after carbon monoxide poisoning in north Toronto neighbourhood

Three people were transported to hospital, including a pediatric patient and a senior. One of the three was pronounced dead in hospital.

One dead, two hospitalized after carbon monoxide poisoning in north Toronto neighbourhood
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC
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One is dead and another two are in serious condition after what is suspected to be a carbon monoxide poisoning in Toronto's Bridle Path neighbourhood.

Paramedics said they received a call from the Lawrence Avenue area at 8:50 pm. Firefighters said high levels of carbon monoxide were detected in the home.

Three people were transported to hospital, including a pediatric patient and a senior. One of the three was pronounced dead in hospital.

No source to the gas has been released by police.

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