2 dead, 2 hospitalized in Sevier County carbon monoxide leak
RICHFIELD — Two people died and two others were hospitalized Friday after an apparent carbon monoxide leak in a Richfield home.
One of the victims was a 17-year-old boy, according to Richfield Police Chief John Evans. The other person who died and the two who were hospitalized were not identified Friday night, though it appeared two males and two females were involved, Evans said.
Authorities were called at 7:30 p.m to a home near 200 South and 400 West. Two of the victims who were incapacitated were taken to Sevier Valley Medical Center. Their conditions were unknown Friday night.
— Sam Penrod
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