Two flown to hospital after crews find high levels of carbon monoxide in Vernon home

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VERNON — Two people were flown to the hospital after being evacuated from a home with high levels of carbon monoxide Monday morning.

Residents of the home were hospitalized after emergency crews found high levels of carbon monoxide in a home.

Vernon police and fire responded to a home at 104 Grand Ave. for a carbon monoxide issue around 6 a.m.

The fire department is investigating.

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