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Apple Watch Save Life of US Women suffering Carbon monoxide leak details

Apple Watch Save Life of US Women suffering Carbon monoxide leak details
Written by Manoj Kadam
Apple Watch Save Life of US Women suffering Carbon monoxide leak details

Apple Watch Save Life of US Women suffering Carbon monoxide leak details

Apple Watch has saved a life again. We have told you such news many times before when someone's life was saved because of Apple Smartwatch. Once again a similar case has come to light. A woman named Natalie Nasatka, living in Delaware, narrowly escaped a gas accident. She gives credit for this to her Apple Watch. Let us know how Apple Watch saved this woman's life.

This incident is said to have happened on 29th December. The woman was feeling very tired and everything was becoming blurry in her eyes. He immediately thought of taking help of Apple Watch for help. He took the help of Apple Watch's SOS feature. According to NDTV, it was later discovered that his condition was caused by carbon monoxide. According to the woman, she woke up at 8 in the morning and was feeling very tired. He canceled all the appointments. Then she lay down on the sofa. It was very scary for him. She was losing her senses. He could not see anything clearly with his eyes.

He turned to Apple Watch for help. Then the rescue team from the fire department came and lifted him from the bed and took him out of the house. It was confirmed that there was carbon monoxide in the house. It was 80 PPM which was very high. According to the woman, this gas might have come from a faulty heater.

What is carbon monoxide, where is it found?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas that can kill humans. It is produced when fuel burns in cars and trucks. It is found in small engines, stoves, lanterns, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges, and stoves, etc. It can also arise inside the house and can also cause the death of living beings breathing in it.

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What are the symptoms?
Common symptoms of a person exposed to gas include headache, weakness, stomach upset, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion.

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