PLUM GROVE, Texas (KTRK) -- Firefighters said at least seven people were hospitalized Tuesday due to carbon monoxide poisoning at a home in Plum Grove.
The Plum Grove Volunteer Fire Department said around 1:30 p.m., crews responded to a call of multiple occupants in a home unresponsive due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Once on scene, crews said they found three adults and four kids in the home. The victims were removed from the residence and taken to a hospital. Two of the victims were said to be in critical condition.
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According to the fire department, the cause of the poisoning was determined to be charcoal and propane grills burning inside the residence.
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"Please do not start any type of fires inside your residence as this is extremely dangerous and could result in death, or serious illness," the department wrote on its Facebook.
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3 adults and 4 kids transported after carbon monoxide poisoning in Plum Grove
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