Welland Fire officials say family saved by working carbon monoxide alarm
Welland Fire officials are reminding all residents to check their carbon monoxide detectors after an alarm saved a family.
Last week firefighters responded to a 911 call after a carbon monoxide alarm went off in a home.
When they arrived, they determined there was a dangerous level of carbon monoxide in the house.
Officials say the alarm saved the lives of the family since the deadly gas is colourless, odourless, and flavourless.
Tonight on Dog Talk, Dave McMahon is joined by: Barbara Lee, Canine Physiotherapist & Dr. Keri Evers, owners of the Niagara Canine Conditioning Centre in St. Catharines. Also, Leslie Benchina from the Canadian Animal Blood Bank.