BALDWIN, Pa. - An autopsy will determine the official cause of death for a 95-year-old man who apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning in Baldwin.
Jack Skerba was found dead inside a home on Hazelhurst Avenue Saturday night.
A woman was also rushed to the hospital. Her name and condition haven’t been released.
Though police are not sure where the leak came from, police said there was a car left on in the home’s garage, but it was out of gas when they arrived.
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