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Two Men Dead after CO Poisoning from Generators



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    Authorities say two men died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a Spotsylvania County home.

    Their bodies were found Monday after one of the men did not report to work and co-workers went to his house to check on him.

    The Free Lance-Star says the men were identified as 55-year-old John T. Johnson and 45-year-old Carlton T. Smith.

    Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Capt. Troy Skebo says an investigation found that power to the house had been turned off and the men were using two generators. They were not properly vented.

    It's not known why the power had been turned off.

    The medical examiner's office said the deaths were accidental, with a cause of asphyxia.