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Fireman Dining Out Sees Diners Acting Strange, Sick, Notices the Wall (Video)

Firefighter Lonnie Williams was dining with his friends, when about an hour and a half into the meal, he noticed customers acting strangely, holding their stomachs and heads, and running to the bathroom. Williams quickly realized what was going on, they were suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning, He immediately called for help and began to evacuate everyone out of the restaurant. The fire department determined the source of the carbon monoxide was a natural gas heating system coming through a vent on the wall.

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