Two Women Found Dead In Tyngsborough After Suspected C0 Poisoning

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TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Two women were found dead in Tyngsborough on Saturday, and officials pointed to carbon monoxide poisoning as the likely cause.

The call first came in at 10:45 AM on Saturday, when Tyngsborough Police and Fire, along with State Troopers responded to a report of two unresponsive women in a home on Mascuppic Trail.

First responders found two women already dead inside the home when they arrived, later identifying them as 91-year-old Doris Gariepy, of Tyngsborough, and her caretaker 38-year-old Tonya McKinney, of St. Catherine Parish, Jamaica.

Tyngsboro firefighters detected dangerously-high levels of carbon monoxide as they got into the house.

Neighbors described a frenzied scene as officials tried to figure out what happened.

"I woke up... and it was chaos. National grid, fire trucks, ambulance. It was just crazy, I didn't know what was going on," said one woman, who lives across the street from the house.

Officials are still trying to find the source of the carbon monoxide.

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Reported by WBZ's Kendall Buhl.

Written by Chaiel Schaffel.

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