From staff reports
Four people were transported from an Oil City residence to UPMC Northwest on Monday morning with possible carbon monoxide poisoning, according to Mark Hicks, chief of the Oil City Fire Department.
All four victims, whose ages and genders were not provided, were responsive when emergency personnel arrived at the Hickory Street residence, according to Hicks.
“Our test showed 153 parts per million of carbon monoxide in the home. Anything below 35 parts per million (is acceptable),” Hicks said. “They didn’t have a carbon monoxide alarm.”
Also responding were Oil City police, Community Ambulance Service and National Fuel Gas Co.