Duluth ice arena evacuated due to high carbon monoxide
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — High carbon monoxide levels sickened several people and caused an evacuation at an ice arena in Duluth.
Fire officials continue to investigate the source of what they say were "dangerously high" CO levels at the Fryberger Arena Wednesday night. Emergency responders evacuated about 30 people. Elevated blood levels of carbon monoxide were found in eight people who complained of headaches and nausea. Only one person was taken to the hospital.
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