BUFFALO, N.Y. - Managers at the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority said Friday that they will install carbon monoxide detectors in all the apartments and homes they control.
This comes after State Assemblyman Mickey Kearns and 2 On Your Side asked last week why detectors were not in all residential units.
The questions followed a Carbon monoxide scare at a University at Buffalo dorm complex which left several students sick.
Right now, all of the BMHA properties have detectors installed in potential Carbon monoxide source areas such as boiler rooms and furnaces.
The new ones in the residential units will be installed starting next week.