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Mayor Bloomberg Warns New Yorkers of the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide
 
Mayor Bloomberg today urged New Yorkers to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide, and to heed a new law that goes into effect November 1 requiring carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in all multiple and private dwellings as well as in institutional and educational facilities throughout the City. The Mayor signed the bill into law in May. Today's warning comes on the heels of the tragic carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of two women and a seven year-old girl on Staten Island on October 19th.    

Mayor Bloomberg today urged New Yorkers to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide, and to heed a new law that goes into effect November 1 requiring carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in all multiple and private dwellings as well as in institutional and educational facilities throughout the City. The Mayor signed the bill into law in May. Today's warning comes on the heels of the tragic carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of two women and a seven year-old girl on Staten Island on October 19th.
Mayor Bloomberg today urged New Yorkers to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide, and to heed a new law that goes into effect November 1 requiring carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in all multiple and private dwellings as well as in institutional and educational facilities throughout the City. The Mayor signed the bill into law in May. Today's warning comes on the heels of the tragic carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of two women and a seven year-old girl on Staten Island on October 19th.
Mayor Bloomberg today urged New Yorkers to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide, and to heed a new law that goes into effect November 1 requiring carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in all multiple and private dwellings as well as in institutional and educational facilities throughout the City. The Mayor signed the bill into law in May. Today's warning comes on the heels of the tragic carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of two women and a seven year-old girl on Staten Island on October 19th.
 

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