MEDFORD, Ore.-- With the weather getting colder, many are getting ready to start up their fireplaces and stoves.
However, if you're not careful, you could end up releasing Carbon Monoxide into your home without even realizing it.
Providence Trauma Coordinator Heather Timmons explains what you should keep in mind to keep your home and family safe this winter.
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