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School evacuated after carbon monoxyde Flow

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A carbon monoxyde leak in a Laval basic school delivered 14 individuals — 13 kids and one adult — to hospital on Saturday.Urgences Sante spokesperson Francois Labelle said none of their lives have been in danger.According into Labelle, six ambulances were dispatched to L’Aquarelle school in Sainte-Rose, Laval, in 2 pm later Laval firefighters found carbon monoxyde in the school.READ MORE: What you need to know about carbon monoxide poisoningLaval firefighters were called to the scene to check for carbon dioxide after the grownup started feeling symptoms such as sudden nausea, dizziness and a headache.According into Urgences Sante, not one of the 13 kids experienced any symptoms but all 14 people within the school were sent into hospital for precaution.

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