KARK reports that the
Clark County sheriff has been forced to find alternative facilities for 47 county jail inmates following carbon monoxide poisoning last week in the Arkadelphia jail.

Twenty-nine prisoners and two employees were treated at a hospital last Thursday after coming down with symptoms. They haven’t determined the cause of the problem. 

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