ARNOLD, Pa. - Seven people were taken to hospitals late Thursday night after they were overcome by carbon monoxide at a home in Arnold, officials said.
The incident was reported about 11:30 p.m. at the home on Constitution Boulevard.
A deputy fire chief said the people inside the home reported experiencing flu-like symptoms and their carbon monoxide detector was going off.
Investigators said the carbon monoxide was coming from a furnace.
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