A 13-year-old boy became the first casualty of the Blizzard of 2013 in Massachusetts Saturday afternoon.
Just hours after an 11-year-old died from carbon monoxide poisoning, the storm has claimed another victim in the same fashion.
Heavy snowfalls can often mean dangers beyond the weather.
A carbon monoxide leak sent eight people to the hospital Saturday at a business across the street from Boston Common.
The girl thought her mom was having a medical emergency, but the threat was something else that put both of their lives in danger.
Two people trying to stay warm without electricity in Palmer were found dead in their home Tuesday.
A mother, father, and their son have all been rushed to the hospital after being overcome by carbon monoxide in their home.
An apartment building on Temple Street had to be evacuated due to carbon monoxide on Sunday afternoon.
Authorities said 17 workers complaining of nausea were taken to the hospital after a chemical used in asbestos removal caused a reaction at the post office in Exeter, N.H.
Smoke and carbon monoxide exposure sent 11 people to the hospital Saturday morning in Nantucket.
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