County Fire and Rescue Service Responds to Carbon Monoxide Alarm Activation

The Montgomery County Maryland Fire and Rescue Service responded to a carbon monoxide alarm activation Friday.

At around midnight,the alarm allerted the residents of a home in Bethesda, Md. The firefighters found that the gas stove had been left on. No one was injured.

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About Clara Longo de Freitas

Clara Longo de Freitas is a junior at the University of Maryland, majoring in Journalism and Spanish. Besides an intern with Montgomery Community Media, she is also a staff writer for The Diamondback and an avid illustrator. She can be reached at


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