Fairfield fire officials say the death of a man who prompted a hazmat situation Monday night was a suicide.

Police say Alan Banks, 69, was found dead at around 6 p.m. in his Clinton Street home after he drank potassium cyanide.

Officials say they went to check him, but he was already dead by the time firefighters got inside. Banks left a sign warning there were hazardous materials in...

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