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3 from Aitkin area hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning

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Three Aitkin area residents were hospitalized due to long-term exposure to carbon monoxide. 

The Aitkin County Sheriff’s Department on Monday reported an unknown medical was reported at a rural Aitkin residence at 6 a.m. Thursday. Emergency personnel arrived at the home and found three people, Richard L. O'Neil, 51, Cindy L. Sutton, 51, and Mary L. Sutton, 78, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. 

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