The Health and Safety Executive has launched an investigation at the Tremarle Home Park in Camborne, Cornwall after three people and a dog died from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
Carbon monoxide has no taste, smell or colour. The Gas Safe Register says that the most common cause of carbon monoxide poisoning results from badly fitted or faulty appliances.
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