Author Topic: Wickstrom’s A Forever Recovery -26 hospitalized Carbon Monoxide Poisoning  (Read 275 times)

Offline Mary_McConnell

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Wickstrom’s A Forever Recovery -26 hospitalized -Faulty Furnace causes Carbon Monoxide Leak

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We were alerted tonight that 26 residents and staff of the unbranded Narconon program, A Forever Recovery in Battle Creek, MI, were hospitalized Wednesday morning with Carbon Monoxide poisoning effects due to a leak from a faulty furnace.
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26 hospitalized!!!! How can Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) allow this and other Narconons to stay in business??!!!???
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Offline DeathHamster

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Damn. I wonder what the Michigan report on that will be like? "They opened a window, lit a candle and promised that it wouldn't happen again, so it's all good."

Don't the regulations require working carbon monoxide alarms?

Offline Mary_McConnell

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Damn. I wonder what the Michigan report on that will be like? "They opened a window, lit a candle and promised that it wouldn't happen again, so it's all good."

Don't the regulations require working carbon monoxide alarms?

At this point, you might be close on what the MI report will say. They give these  programs such slack on the complaints..   >:(

I wondered the same thing on the regs... so far I have not been able to find any specific requirement, neither from Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) nor Calhoun County/ Battle Creek. I will dig deeper tonight.
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Offline Miss Fortune

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Try Pennfield Township; they might have mechanical inspectors. (Never mind: didn't notice it was the former Tranquility Detox location and not AFR in Pennfield.)

Offline BigBeard

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This is the State Law for Michigan:

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Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 125.1504d

Requires newly constructed boarding houses, hotels, motels and other residential buildings where occupants are primarily transient in nature to install an operational carbon monoxide device in each area where a mechanism is present that provides a common source of heat from a fossil-fuel-burning furnace, boiler or water-heater.

Local county, city, township, etc., laws can make the requirements tighter, but cannot waive the state requirement.
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Time for Michigan LARA to get serious about shutting them down!

 
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Offline Miss Fortune

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State of Michigan passes the buck in A Forever Recovery carbon monoxide poisoning:http://glisteningquiveringunderbelly.blogspot.com/2017/11/no-state-requirement-to-report-mass.html

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