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Central City firefighters died of carbon monoxide poisoning

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Cody Allen and his spouse Shelby Allen have been each firefighters with the Central Metropolis Hearth Division.

CENTRAL CITY, Colo. — The deaths of two Central Metropolis firefighters has been decided to be unintended carbon monoxide poisoning, in accordance with a launch from the Gilpin County Sheriff’s Workplace.

The couple, Cody Allen, 29, and his spouse Shelby Allen, 27, have been discovered useless of their Central Metropolis dwelling, Friday morning, GCSO mentioned.

Cody Allen began as a volunteer in July 2009 and had lately been employed as a lieutenant, in accordance with GCSO. Shelby Allen labored as a volunteer with the division since February 2016. 

They received married two years in the past, in accordance with GCSO. 

GCSO mentioned each Cody Allen and Shelby Allen grew up in Gilpin County. 

“Our hearts and prayers are with the Allen Household, Central Metropolis Hearth Division Household and our neighborhood at this devastating time,” GCSO mentioned within the launch.

The case continues to be below investigation by GCSO.

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