Two adults, one child dead from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. - Three people, including one child, are dead from apparent from carbon monoxide poisoning at a Florida home following Hurricane Irma, and four others have been hospitalized.

Orange County Sheriff's Office spokesman Jeff Williams says a deputy responded to the Orlando home located on Eggleston Avenue Tuesday evening following a 911 call from a child in the home. The deputy was overcome by fumes while approaching the home and called for fire rescue.

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Firefighters pulled seven people from the home, three of whom died at the scene. Four others were taken to a nearby hospital in various conditions. At this time, their conditions are considered serious.

Rescue workers found a portable gasoline generator running inside the home.

Williamson described the victims as a multi-generational family.

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