A neighbor informed cops the two males in their 50s had actually not been seen in numerous hours.EMS employees went into the home bring carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in their bags. The detectors' alarm started sounding while inside the home.EMS teams
called the fire department. Firefighters found the 2 men and pulled them from the home.
One of the men was noticable dead at the scene. The other was taken by ambulance to Cooper University Hospital with raised carbon monoxide gas levels.Police stated a preliminary examination revealed a malfunctioning heating system in the house may be responsible.Firefighters shut down the heating system and informed PSE&G.
According to the CDC,” the most typical signs of CO
poisoning are headache, dizziness, weak point, indigestion, vomiting, chest discomfort, and confusion. CO signs are typically described as' flu-like. ‘If you inhale a lot of CO it can make you lose consciousness or kill you.” Copyright © 2021 WPVI-TV. All Rights Reserved.