COLCHESTER, Vt. - You Ask, We Take Action. An update to a story about carbon monoxide in some Vermont State Police cruisers.
Automaker Ford, which makes the Interceptor vehicles for law enforcement, sent engineers to Vermont last week, to personally check out three of them.
Fleet Services Administrator David Tifft tells us three had a cracked manifold and one had damage to an exhaust pipe.
Only one vehicle showed a reading on the CO detector. All have since been repaired and confirmed to not show any carbon monoxide. Tifft says vehicles will still carry detectors, and he says Ford engineers were very helpful and professional during their visit.
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