Hotel carbon monoxide leak kills child, sickens others

A carbon monoxide leak at a MI hotel has left one child dead and injured at least a dozen other people.

A carbon monoxide leak at a MI hotel Saturday morning caused one child's death and 12 others to be rushed to the hospital.

Officials at Lakeland Hospital confirm a child taken there from the scene of a carbon monoxide leak in Niles has died.

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First responders rushed the children to the hospital, where 13-year-old Bryan Douglas Watts later died.

Police confirm 13 people total needed treatment, including six children between the ages of 10 and 14 that were found unconscious.

Be proactive - Use the "Flag as Inappropriate" link at the upper right corner of each comment to let us know of abusive posts. A mechanical engineer is on site investigating whether the pool heater was the cause of the dangerously high carbon monoxide levels.

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One person is dead and several more people are hospitalized after carbon monoxide levels at a hotel pool became "dangerously high", according to ABC 57 News. Three were released by Saturday evening and the other five were reported in good condition Sunday at noon. The staff members immediately opened the doors to the indoor-pool area and called 911, he said. She had just come from the pool area where she had been with the other six children. The levels of carbon monoxide in the air were extremely excessive - about 800 parts per million. United States standards for carbon monoxide are 35 parts per million for a one-hour exposure. "The hotel is shut down now until repairs are made".

At this time the hotel has been closed for occupancy while the investigation continues.

"Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless, tasteless".

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