Faulty pipe cause of deadly CO leak on Long island

A carbon monoxide leak killed the manager of

A carbon monoxide leak killed the manager of a Legal Sea Foods restaurant. (February 24, 2014 11:36 AM)

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There is a call for change today after the deadly carbon monoxide leak at Legal Sea Foods at a mall on Long Island.

The CEO of the restaurant chain says he'll make carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in all 32 of his restaurants.

Fire officials say a faulty flue pipe leading from a water heater caused a buildup of carbon monoxide in the basement of the popular restaurant Saturday.


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