In this file photo, Madera County's Battalion Chief Chris Chrisopherson gives a presentation to students at Oakhurst Elementary School during and assembly to the dangers of carbon monoxide in the home and the proper use and installation of carbon monoxide detectors, with an example of one on the lower right. Cal Fire reminds the public to maintain carbon monoxide alarms, as high amounts of the substance can lead to illness, even death.
In this file photo, Madera County's Battalion Chief Chris Chrisopherson gives a presentation to students at Oakhurst Elementary School during and assembly to the dangers of carbon monoxide in the home and the proper use and installation of carbon monoxide detectors, with an example of one on the lower right. Cal Fire reminds the public to maintain carbon monoxide alarms, as high amounts of the substance can lead to illness, even death. File photo Fresno Bee Staff Photo
In this file photo, Madera County's Battalion Chief Chris Chrisopherson gives a presentation to students at Oakhurst Elementary School during and assembly to the dangers of carbon monoxide in the home and the proper use and installation of carbon monoxide detectors, with an example of one on the lower right. Cal Fire reminds the public to maintain carbon monoxide alarms, as high amounts of the substance can lead to illness, even death. File photo Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Cal Fire: Remain vigilant with carbon monoxide poisoning

January 23, 2017 02:14 PM

UPDATED January 23, 2017 02:14 PM

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