Firefighters were called to the scene at 4:26 a.m.
A carbon monoxide leak at a residential building in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco killed one man and injured several residents Thursday morning.
State law requires owners both single-family homes and apartment buildings with an attached garage or a fossil fuel source to install carbon monoxide detectors.
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"The residents in the upper unit heard their Carbon dioxide detector go off", said San Francisco Fire spokesman Jonathan Baxter. They went downstairs and found an elderly man unconscious in the back bedroom. The residents received medical treatment at the scene, and one was transported to a hospital in stable condition. Paramedics performed CPR on him for 45 minutes to no avail.
Four residents on the upper level were able to get out and were treated at the scene.
Firefighters are investigating what caused the carbon monoxide to be released.
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