Anna Faris has added the men and women of the North Tahoe Fire Department to the list of people she's grateful for this holiday season.
The North Tahoe Fire Department retweeted her message Tuesday and encouraged others to check their carbon monoxide detectors when they travel.
"I’m not quite sure how to express gratitude to the north Lake Tahoe fire department- we were saved from carbon monoxide," Faris wrote. "It’s a stupidly dramatic story but I’m feeling very fortunate."
According to a representative from North Tahoe Fire, the CO level at a vacation home housing 13 people was as high as 55 parts per million, and the home did not have CO alarms. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the long-term exposure indoors should be limited to less than 15 ppm.
Carbon monoxide is especially dangerous because it's an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning may include a dull headache, weakness, dizziness, and nausea, according to the Mayo Clinic.