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  • IN: CO detector dismissed by alarm company was doing its job
    1.11.24 – NW Times – Chesterton – An activated carbon monoxide detector, which was dismissed by an alarm company as probably faulty, was actually doing its job correctly this week when warning a local family of potentially dangerous levels of the poisonous gas within their home, Chesterton firefighters said.


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