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4 Hospitalized After Using Charcoal Grill to Heat Home

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)- Authorities say four people were hospitalized after they used a charcoal grill to heat their home during a storm-caused power outage.
    
New Castle County Paramedic First Class Yvonne T. Russell says paramedics found four patients who had been exposed to carbon monoxide from a charcoal grill within the Wilmington-area home Wednesday evening.
    
A 13-year-old boy and three adult women - aged 18, 30 and 67 - were treated at the scene for inhaling the odorless gas. They were later taken to a hospital and were in stable condition.
    
Many homes throughout the area had been without power since a storm Tuesday.
    
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has warned that burning charcoal inside can be deadly.

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