(Reuters) – A family of 6 was found passed inside a Michigan home and officials pronounced on Sunday they believed CO monoxide was to blame.
Four children, aged between 2 and 11-years-old, were among a passed who were found in apart bedrooms of a Fenton Township house, Genesee County Sheriff Robert Pickell told reporters on Sunday.
“It’s really difficult,” Pickell pronounced in a recording of a on-site news discussion published online by internal broadcaster WJRT. “No matter how many investigations we conduct, saying immature children and an whole family wiped out is a very, really unhappy thing.”
He pronounced a family seemed to have a generator using in a house, some 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Detroit, after a energy outage in a area on Friday. He pronounced a husband’s father was a one who called military on Sunday.
He pronounced an review was underway.