Carbon monoxide leak at Dickey Hill school in Baltimore hospitalizes 6

Evaluations of 5 adults, 1 child precautionary; classes canceled for day

February 08, 2011|By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun

Five adults and one child were hospitalized for evaluation after a carbon monoxide leak Tuesday morning at Dickey Hill Elementary/Middle school, a Baltimore fire spokesman said.

The evaluations were a precautionary measure, according to fire Capt. Roman Clark. "It doesn't appear to be anything life-threatening," he said.

The source of the leak at the school, in West Baltimore's Wakefield neighborhood, was reported just after 8 a.m., identified by Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. crews and contained, Clark said. The building was ventilated, and classes were canceled for the day.

liz.kay@baltsun.com

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