Carbon Monoxide Poisoning News
Trump to Fla. residents: 'We're there for you 100%'
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and political director Rick Klein check in with Cecilia Vega and Molly Hunter as the president makes his way through Florida, meeting people affected by Hurricane Irma.
At least 31 dead from Irma's wrath, more than 2M without power
ABC News' Amna Nawaz checks in with Molly Hunter in Bonita Springs, Florida.
Elderly couple found safe after going missing during evacuation from Florida amid Hurricane Irma
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday afternoon they had found an elderly coupe which went missing in Florida while evacuating from Hurricane Irma over the weekend. Florida residents Milan and Lucille Yezic had been last seen Saturday night at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET at a gas
Irma death toll rises to 31 across 3 states
The death toll from Hurricane Irma in the United States continued to climb Thursday, with at least 31 dead across three states. In Florida, 24 people have died in connection with the storm, including a weather-related car accident in the Florida Keys and the eight people who died after Irma knocked
Millions of people across 5 states remain without power after Irma
Thousands of utility workers are attempting to restore power to nearly 4.9 million Americans as concerns of heat exhaustion and carbon monoxide poisoning from generators are on the rise.
Death toll rises after Irma, Texas still feels Harvey's punch
The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 17 in the US, while thousands of homes in Texas remain under water.
Irma death toll in US climbs to 22 as power is restored to over 2 million Florida customers
The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 22 in the United States following its path of destruction across the Caribbean and through the Southeast U.S. over the weekend, while power has now been restored to over 2 million customers in Florida. And Monroe County announced Tuesday night that
Families return to their homes to find no power or water in 90 degree weather
Repair crews are working day and night to recover power for millions of Florida residents.
Irma: Sheriff’s deputy, corrections officer among Florida deaths
A sheriff's deputy and a corrections officer were among those killed as Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida. Julie Bridges, a 13-year member of the Hardee County Sheriff's Office, died in a two-car collision while driving home Sunday morning after a night shift, according to the Florida Highway
Hurricane Irma: By the numbers
Irma was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone Tuesday morning as it continued to weaken after leaving a terrifying trail of devastation behind. When the monster storm made landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday as a Category 4 hurricane, it became the first such storm to make touch land in Florida