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Two killed in central Utah from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning
Two people died in Richfield on Friday evening from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
About 7:22 p.m., emergency responders arrived at a home and found two males who, investigators believe, had died from the poisonous gas. Two "lethargic" teenage females were taken to Utah Valley Region Medical Center, according to a Richfield Police Department news release.
Investigators have not immediately identified the males, who are 21 and 17 years old, according to the release.