Bethlehem man dies from carbon monoxide poisoning

July 08, 2019 01:08 PM

BETHLEHEM - Bethlehem police are releasing more information on the death of a man.

Police say 77-year-old David Clifford died due to accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.

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They say a car was accidentally left running in the garage of the home on Wheeler Road. Responding crews determined there was a high level of carbon monoxide in the house.

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless and tasteless, poisonous gas, and it is recommended that all homes be equipped with carbon monoxide detectors. There was no detector in that home.


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