TX – A couple died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Harker Heights, according to preliminary autopsy results released Tuesday.
William E. Head, his wife Patricia, and a small dog were found dead Sunday afternoon. Both were in their 60s.
A neighbor who hadn’t seen the couple in at least a day called police.
Investigators said a propane heater was inside the couple’s travel trailer. Carbon monoxide will not cause an explosion but it is a toxic and odorless gas.
Texas Gas Service recommends annual inspections of all gas appliances to ensure they are working properly.
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