Carbon monoxide poisoning suspected in 2 NJ deaths

(AP) - Authorities suspect carbonmonoxide poisoning caused the deaths of two people found in anorthwestern New Jersey home this weekend.

Independence Township police tell The Express-Times of Easton,Pa. that the homeowner, 89-year-old Olga Riedinger, and anotherperson were found in the home around 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Their bodies were discovered after a concerned relative had goneto the home in the Warren County community. Family members say theywent to check on Reidlinger because they had not heard from hersince Wednesday.

The name of the other person found in the home has not beendisclosed.

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