A man whose daughter died from Carbon Monoxide poisoning is today calling on the Government to make detectors compulsory. Katie Haines from Wokingham died in 2010 shortly after her honeymoon.
Her father, Gordon, set up a trust in her memory to raise awareness of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning which kills 40 people a year.
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