Elderly couple pronounced dead in Etobicoke, likely due to carbon monoxide poisoning

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Two people dead after CO leak at Etobicoke home

© 2017 All rights reserved.Toronto police said it is too early in the investigation to consider the incident as suspicious or not.

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Emergency crews respond to a home in Etobicoke where two elderly people were discovered without vital signs Sunday October 1, 2017.

Emergency crews were called to the home near Bywood and Remmington drives shortly before 9:30 p.m. for unknown trouble.

Photos Emergency crews respond to a home in Etobicoke where two elderly people were discovered without vital signs Sunday October 1, 2017.

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The coroner has been notified and a fire investigator has been assigned to determine the source of the carbon monoxide.High levels of Carbon Monoxide found inside house on Bywood Dr. pic.twitter.com/CjJGbPQaOELast Updated Oct 2, 2017 at 5:34 am EDTPolice say the received a call about two people in the home who were unconscious and not breathing.Display Name: {* public_displayName *} {* public_name *} {* public_gender *} {* public_birthdate *} {* public_emailAddress *} {* public_address *} {* public_phoneNumber *} Close Thank youfor signing up! We have sent a confirmation email to {* emailAddressData *}. Please check your email and click on the link to activate your account.

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