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Prepare to 'fall back' by checking carbon monoxide detectors
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MONROE - As the clocks are turned back Sunday and temperatures continue to fall, the Green County Health Department reminds residents to take action to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Properly working home heating devices and carbon monoxide detectors save lives. On average, carbon monoxide poisoning sends about 500 people per year to the emergency room in Wisconsin, according to data from the Wisconsin Environmental Public Health Tracking Program.

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