BRIDGEPORT - A second carbon monoxide scare in just three days forced more families out of their homes in Bridgeport.
The Connecticut Post says fire officials evacuated five apartments in a building on Chestnut Street yesterday afternoon.
Firefighters tell the paper a loose furnace flue created a buildup of deadly gas in the building.
Three families were reportedly home at the time, but EMTs say everyone is OK.
A generator running in a basement sent 10 people to the hospital Saturday on Madison Avenue.
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