Nancy Niles @nancyniles
One person is dead and two others are being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning after a generator filled their Daytona Beach home with fumes early Wednesday morning, authorities said.First responders arrived at home in the Carolina Village Apartments in response to reports of three adults unconscious from the fume inhalation.
Nancy Niles @nancyniles The first week of September has been a lucky one for area lottery players.According to Florida Lottery officials, Friday night’s Lucky Money jackpot-winning ticket came from Ormond Beach, marking the third time in five years that someone from Volusia County won a large draw-game payout within the first few days of the month.The Sept. 1 Lucky Money winning numbers were 35-36-37-45 and the Lucky Ball number was 17. There was only jackpot ticket sold and it’s worth $1.3...
Nancy Niles @nancyniles
Four Deltona-area residents awoke Wednesday morning to discover their home’s foundation cracking and sinking into the ground, authorities said.Volusia County Fire Rescue responded to the 5:26 a.m. call at 100 Wild Horse Run in an unincorporated area off Doyle Road.The evacuees told first responders that a cracking noise woke them up and they noticed the center of the home sinking.
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