Seven Hospitalized With Carbon Monoxode Poisoning at National Press Building

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    Reportedly, as many as 27 people had to be check out.

    Seven people are recovering in the hospital after they were sickened by carbon monoxide at the National Press Building in Northwest D.C.

    They were overcome by the gas Monday night while removing asbestos from the building, located at 14th and F streets.

    Reportedly, as many as 27 people had to be check out.

    The carbon monoxide apparently built up from the power tools being used to remove the asbestos.

    Everyone is expected to be okay.