Police identify victim of carbon monoxide

December 29, 2009

Baltimore County police have identified a Fullerton woman who died Saturday while being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. Pandora Spriggs, 44, was one of four people who suffered carbon monoxide poisoning Dec. 18 at the Eagles Crest apartment complex in Fullerton. Spriggs, another woman, a man and an 11-month-old girl were hospitalized after the carbon monoxide leak at 7508 Twincrest Court. Spriggs was later taken to a hyperbaric chamber at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Investigators have not determined the cause of the leak. The Baltimore County Council last week passed a law that requires all rental units heated by fuel-burning equipment to have carbon monoxide detectors. No such detectors were found in the Eagles Crest apartment, a fire spokesman said at the time of the incident.

- Liz F. Kay and the Associated Press

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