CORRECTION: FOR THE RECORD
Jan 25, 2013 (The Pueblo Chieftain - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
Different information has been given for responding to a carbon monoxide detector alarm than what was provided in an article in the Thursday Life section. The Pueblo Fire Department says to call 911 and get out of the house if an alarm sounds, but to leave the doors and windows closed. That allows firemen to go into the house with their detectors and verify that there is a carbon monoxide leak and determine where it is, according to fire inspector Woody Percival.
Thursday's story on inventor Ray Kurzweil's lecture inaccurately stated his prediction on cellphone technology. Kurzweil said he believes phones will be the size of blood cells in 25 years. A reporter made the error.
The Pueblo Chieftain makes every effort to print all news stories accurately.
If an error does occur, please call the city desk at 544-3520 immediately so a correction can be printed here in the next day's edition.
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