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NILES, Michigan (WKZO AM/FM) A malfunctioning pool heater at the Quality Inn & Suites in Niles is being blamed for the death of a young boy and for sending about a dozen to area hospitals… Six boys and one girl, all between the ages of 12 and 14, two first responders and two members of the hotel staff required treatment…
1 dead 8 hospitalized 800 PPM in a hotel pool area in Niles Michigan
NILES, MICH. (WNDU) – UPDATE:
Six people remain in the hospital, one day after a deadly carbon monoxide attack at Quality Inn in Niles.
As of 10:30 a.m. Sunday, five children remained at Memorial Hospital in good condition, according to a spokeswoman.
A spokeswoman at Lakeland Health confirmed one patient is currently being treated. That person is also in good condition.
A malfunctioning pool heater at a Niles caused a carbon monoxide leak that killed a teenager and sent 11 others to the hospital, officials said.
13-year-old Bryan Douglas Watts died when en-route to the hospital. Six other children, ranging 12-14 years of age, were sent to area hospitals. They’re all expected to make a full recovery.
Just before 10 a.m. on Saturday, police and fire crews responded to the hotel on South 11th Street.
Hotel staff members called 911 after they walked by a window and saw six children unresponsive on the pool deck.
A seventh child was later found initially unresponsive and not breathing in a first-floor hotel room. Officials say the young girl was in the pool room just before the incident occurred. Medics were eventually able to revive her.