(Received 10 August 1977; accepted 31 October 1977)
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A recent case of multiple carbon monoxide asphyxiations was investigated by authorities and ruled accidental. The question of the sequence of death became a critical issue to the estate settlement.
Chief forensic chemist, Regional Criminalistics Laboratory, Metropolitan Kansas City, Independence, Mo.
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