carbon monoxide

B.C.’s parliamentary secretary for emergency preparedness is reminding residents to check their carbon monoxide detectors ahead of the winter months, when most CO-poisonings occur. (Pixabay photo)

Tips to prevent tragedy as peak carbon monoxide poisoning season nears

8 people have died in B.C. as a result of carbon monoxide in 2022 so far

 

Fiona MacDermid (left) with her niece, Sarah, in happier times. Contributed photo

Silent killer: Family speaks out after carbon monoxide poisoning in Tulameen

Colourless, odourless gas claimed Fiona MacDermid’s niece two years ago

 

A man was found dead in Kelowna on Dec.21 (file photo)

Kelowna man found dead in trailer from possible carbon monoxide exposure

The 63-year-old man likely died from carbon monoxide exposure

 

Technical Safety B.C. is asking owners to check their furnace tags to see if their unit is effected. (Black Press file photo)

40 models of gas furnaces pose potential carbon monoxide risk, Technical Safety B.C. says

The furnaces, manufactured by the Carrier Corporation, contain faulty components

Technical Safety B.C. is asking owners to check their furnace tags to see if their unit is effected. (Black Press file photo)
The B.C. Coroner has confirmed that Lucille Beaurain, 35, of Kamloops, died from carbon monoxide poisoning in her tent at the Sandy Point campground in Salmon Arm on May 19, 2019. (Kamloops This Week image)

Coroner confirms cause of 2019 death of mom at Shuswap campground

Coroner’s report lists exposure to carbon monoxide fumes in enclosed environment as cause

The B.C. Coroner has confirmed that Lucille Beaurain, 35, of Kamloops, died from carbon monoxide poisoning in her tent at the Sandy Point campground in Salmon Arm on May 19, 2019. (Kamloops This Week image)
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