Twelve people including at least ten children are in absolute emergency, after a suspicion of carbon monoxide poisoning in a primary school in Saint-Alban (Côtes-d'Armor), learned the Parisian from the prefecture of Côtes-d'Armor, confirming information from Ouest France. Four helicopters are on site.
Sixty-seven children and five adults were evacuated and placed in a village hall made available. Among them, 24 children and two adults were examined by the emergency services, twelve of whom were placed in an absolute emergency. All of them originally complained of headaches. The prefecture of Côtes-d'Armor has activated the NOVI (NOmbreuses VIctimes) plan.
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