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The carbon monoxide detectors were donated by the Kidde Corporation with additional detectors purchased through donations from the Salvation Army and the Northeast Minnesota Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. (2006 file / News Tribune)

Carbon monoxide detectors free for flood-damaged homes

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The Flood Homes With Hope coalition is offering free carbon monoxide detectors to residents whose homes suffered damage in last summer's flash floods.

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Officials have noted that many residents with homes that suffered water damage are reporting problems with their furnaces and boilers, which could lead to deadly carbon monoxide buildup.

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