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      Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2014 15:17:02 -0600
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      Image description: Large parts of the country are experiencing power outages as a result of winter weather storms. If you’re using a portable back-up generator, make sure you run it outside to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
      To make sure you’re operating your generator safely:
      • Use it outside the house or garage
      • Keep it at least 20 feet away from windows, doors and vents
      • Use a battery operated CO detector outside bedrooms.
      • Never ignored a being CO detector. Go outside and call 911 if the alarm sounds.
      Learn more about operating your portable generator safely from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.


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