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HOTEL FIRE NEW JOURNAL-102
 

O.C. Hotel Evacuated Due to High Levels of Carbon Monoxide
OCEAN CITY, Md.- Authorities say six people were taken to the hospital and their hotel evacuated after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected at the El Capitan hotel in Ocean City on Thursday night.

Ocean City police say that at around 9:40 p.m. they received a call for six ill people in a room at the El Capitan hotel on 401 Atlantic Ave.

According to investigators, upon arrival, Ocean City EMS personnel detected high levels of carbon monoxide in the building and immediately requested additional safety units, including police and fire services.

Police say the family of six, which initiated the call, was transported to Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. They say the family is expected to be OK.

Police and fire department personnel conducted a search through each unit of the hotel to ensure that all patrons were evacuated safely.

The source of the carbon monoxide is being investigated by the Ocean City Police Department and the Ocean City Fire Marshal's Office.

The hotel's occupants were allowed to return to the building about a couple hours after the incident.

Thursday night's incident was not the first time an Ocean City hotel has experienced a carbon monoxide-related incident. In June 2006, 40-year-old Patrick J. Boughter, 40, and his 10-year-old daughter Kelly, both from Pennsylvania, died from carbon monoxide poisoning while staying at the Days Inn on 23rd Street.

 

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