3 hospitalized due to high carbon monoxide levels at home in Astoria, Queens

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CeFaan Kim has the latest from Astoria.

Three people were rushed to the hospital due to high levels of carbon monoxide in a home in Queens early Sunday.

The FDNY and EMS received the initial call at 4:42 a.m.

They responded to a two-story attached brick residence located at 23-59 35th Street in Astoria.

The victims were taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in Queens.

One person is in critical condition. The other two were in serious but not life-threatening condition.

The carbon monoxide situation has been mitigated, authorities say.

The cause of the high carbon monoxide levels is not yet known.

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