Family of 5 killed by generator fumes after Hurricane Laura
LAKE CHARLES - A family in southwest Louisiana died of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a generator in the wake of Hurricane Laura.
Lake Charles Fire Chief Shawn Caldwell announced the deaths of the five family members during a news conference Friday. Officials said the generator was inside a garage attached to their house, and fumes entered the home through a partially opened door.
Six other deaths were reported across the state Thursday in the wake of the storm, including another individual who died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
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