Carbon monoxide fumes sicken five

February 7, 2009 4:24:36 AM PST
Four adults and a child were overcome by the so-called invisible potential killer gas.

The victims were inside a home at 308 Butler Avenue in Chalfont.

Firefighters and medics were dispatched to the home around 5:20 this morning.

The five people inside were complaining of headaches, dizziness, and being light-headed - symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. Medical helicopters flew to the neighborhood to rush the residents to hospitals.

Investigators are exploring the possibility that a heater in Tony D's salon below the home malfunctioned, sending fumes into the home.

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