Carbon monoxide presents a danger both to humans and pets. In 2007, Lexington firefighter Lucas Moore, gave oxygen to a dog rescued after a car had been left running in a garage.
Carbon monoxide presents a danger both to humans and pets. In 2007, Lexington firefighter Lucas Moore, gave oxygen to a dog rescued after a car had been left running in a garage. Lexington Herald-Leader
Carbon monoxide presents a danger both to humans and pets. In 2007, Lexington firefighter Lucas Moore, gave oxygen to a dog rescued after a car had been left running in a garage. Lexington Herald-Leader

Don't let carbon monoxide or radon sneak up on you

January 28, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 28, 2012 03:48 AM

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