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Fatal carbon monoxide accident in a hotel on the Baltic Sea

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Fatal carbon monoxide accident in a hotel on the Baltic Sea

After the accident in the hotel on the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, which largely belongs to the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, rescue workers found an increased concentration of carbon monoxide on Tuesday morning, a district spokesman said. According to police, hotel employees found two unconscious people in a hotel room. The doctor could only determine that a 56-year-old was dead.

A 52-year-old was unresponsive and was flown to a special clinic. Her condition remains critical. According to the police, both come from Bavaria. In addition, six people reported nausea and dizziness and were taken to hospitals. The investigation into the cause is ongoing. The hotel had been evacuated and guests were accommodated in another accommodation facility. 65 people were in the house at the time of the emergency.

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