Calls for more gas detectors after death
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Gas detector could have saved my husband, wife says

The wife of a man who died from carbon monoxide poisoning is urging the States of Jersey to require more public buildings to fit detectors.

Margaret Jeffrey - whose husband, Ken, died in 2017 - believes more should be done to make schools, offices and care homes fit them as standard.

It comes after an investigation into a suspected leak at a Jersey care home, where no detectors were previously installed.

A spokesman for the care home, L'Hermitage in St Peter, said: "The home fully complied with all health and safety requirements prior to this incident, and continues to do so."

  • 11 Jul 2018