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Carbon Monoxide Leak Hospitalizes 81

A minor league hockey game on Saturday in Wisconsin sent 81 people to the hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning. The game between the Dells Ducks and the Ice Hawks was held at the Poppy Waterman Ice Rink in Lake Delton. Delton Fire Department determined the Zamboni, a machine used to resurface the ice, is to blame for the carbon monoxide leak. Those treated at local hospitals experienced dizziness, nausea, headaches, vomiting and fainting.

Attending a hockey game, going to the store, or eating at a restaurant are all places where people least expect to sustain an injury or illness. Unfortunately, people are injured at these types of locations daily due to the negligence of the property managers and owners. Injuries that occur on another person's property are classified as premises liability claims. Victims of such type of claims should contact a reputable personal injury attorney to hold the at-fault party responsible and to recover the maximum compensation.

The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth are experienced with premises liability claims, and can help you or someone you know who has been in a premises liability accident. Our personal injury attorneys are licensed in Missouri and Illinois. We have logged thousands of hours on the phone with insurance companies and recovered millions of dollars for medical bills, pain and suffering, and property damage. We have over 95 years of combined experience. Please contact us at (314) 300-3000 or (800) 391-4318 for a no-obligation assessment of your premises liability case.

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