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Radio Public Service Announcement
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
30 Seconds

Announcer Read:

During a power outage, never use generators, grills, or other

gasoline-, propane-, or charcoal-burning devices inside your

home, garage or carport, or outside next to doors, windows or

vents. These produce carbon monoxide, an odorless, colorless

gas that can kill you or make you sick in minutes. Place these

devices outside as far as possible from windows, doors and

vents. Get out of the house and seek immediate medical help if

you or a family member has symptoms of carbon monoxide

poisoning, including dizziness, fatigue, nausea, headache,

confusion or loss of consciousness. A message from the

Oklahoma State Department of Health.


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