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Carbon monoxide leak kills 1, injures others at SF building

A faulty water heater is suspected of causing a carbon monoxide leak that killed one resident of a Bernal Heights house early Thursday morning, and injured others, officials said. At 4:26 a.m., the San Francisco Fire Department responded to a call at 301 Moultrie Street, near Eugenia Avenue, after a carbon monoxide detector went off in an upper unit of the building. “There were four residents in an upper unit exhibiting symptoms of being exposed to carbon monoxide,” said Lt.
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