Two Die in Sedro-Woolley from Suspected Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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Sedro-Woolley, WA – The Skagit County Sheriff’s Office responded with firefighters and medics from the Sedro-Woolley Fire Department and Skagit County Medic One  to reports of CPR en progress on two individuals  in the 22000 block of Rhodes Road at 5:03 p.m. on April 24th, 2017.

According to a release from the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office, 44-year old Larry Simmons who lived at the property  and 24-year old Alyssa Simmons, who was visiting, were found unresponsive in a 20-foot travel trailer near the residence  when emergency personnel arrived on scene.  Both were pronounced dead by medics.

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Deputies  found a portable propane heater on  inside the trailer and the propane tank was empty.

Investigators believe the Simmons deaths may have been caused by an accidental Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning according to the Sheriff’s Office. The official cause of death cannot be confirmed by the Skagit County Coroners Office  until toxicology tests  are completed and returned, which could take several months. Foul play is not suspected.

Tanya Mitchell has set up a go fund me page called “Alyssa Simmons Memorial Fund.  You can donate by clicking on this link

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