Coweta schools closely watching carbon monoxide incident

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Carbon monoxide detectors like this one are available on the market.

By JOHN A. WINTERS
john@newnan.com
The Coweta County School System is monitoring an incident at an Atlanta elementary school where several students and teachers were taken to hospitals for treatment after a carbon monoxide leak.
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