A carbon monoxide leak at a home in Governor’s Ranch sent nine people to the hospital on New Year’s Day.
West Metro Fire Rescue said a call was received from the house near Bowles and Kipling about 11 a.m. Tuesday saying that all the occupants, five adults and four children, felt ill.
Both the caller and dispatch suspected a carbon-monoxide buildup in the home, said West Metro Division Chief Gary Armstrong.
The house didn’t have a CO alarm inside.
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