• Officials: No sign of carbon monoxide after crews check Tulsa home

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    TULSA, Okla. - The Tulsa Fire Department and HAZMAT responded to reports of possible carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulsa, according to Tulsa police dispatchers.

    They said five people exhibited possible carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms at a home near Haskell and Denver Wednesday night.

    Officials said they responded to the scene, but they did not find any leak or reason to believe carbon monoxide poisoning affected those present at the scene.


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