Furnace Malfunction Is Reasoning Behind Siblings’ Death

Furnace Malfunction Is Reasoning Behind Siblings’ Death

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On Friday afternoon police were called to a home where they discovered 2 people dead in a house that was more than 100 degrees inside of it.

Police were called to the Ventura Drive house location just after 3:30 p.m. when after Arlene Harper woke up on Friday and found her two siblings, 74-year-old Jeanette Harper and 60-year-old Sylvester Harper, both dead.

Police have said that the furnace malfunctioned because only one of the cold-air return vents was left uncovered, causing the furnace to continue to push heat into the home and thus raising the temperature to such extreme temperatures.

Autopsies have been performed on the deceased parties and according to the Lucas County Deputy Coroner the results of the autopsies are still pending on a carbon monoxide poisoning test.

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