The family discovered dead at their static caravan home after suspected carbon monoxide poisoning have been named. They were 90 year old Alfred Cook, who was known as John, his wife, 86 year old Audrey Cook and their daughter, 46 year old Maureen. Their Jack Russell dog also died.
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