A carbon monoxide leak at a MI hotel has left one child dead and injured at least a dozen other people.
Heidi Prescott, a spokeswoman for Beacon Health system, said eight children had been brought to Memorial Hospital, along with one law enforcement officer.
Police said that a Niles police officer and Berrien County sheriff's deputy also were taken to a hospital for treatment and were released.
WNDU-TV and WSBT-TV report that officials at Lakeland Hospital in Niles confirmed the child's death.
Bryan Watts, 13, was pronounced dead on arrival when he was taken to the hospital. The Niles Police Department said the six children ranged in ages from 12 to 14.
"No one really knows the last time someone actually saw them actively moving around in the pool", Don Wise, of the Niles Fire Department, said.
The pool's heater was found to be the source of the carbon monoxide.
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WNDU-TV said officials blamed the carbon monoxide leak on a malfunctioning pool heater.
At least one child is dead and five children hospitalized after they were found passed out at a hotel's indoor pool. A "few" hotel employees and first responders taken to the hospital are expected to make a full recovery.
They include five children found unconscious alongside Watts at the Quality Inn & Suites hotel pool. She had just come from the pool area where she had been with the other six children.
The reading in the pool area was 800 parts per million, Wise said.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that is produced when a fuel is burned.
The hotel's spokesman said the incident was "isolated" and is now working closely with local authorities to handle the situation.