Toronto fire said high levels of carbon monoxide were found in an Etobicoke home where two seniors were pronounced dead at the scene on Sunday night.
Police responded to a call for two people, unconscious and not breathing, in the Bywood and Remington Drives area at around 10:20 p.m.
A source told CityNews two elderly people succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Paramedics confirmed a man and a woman in their 80’s were found without vital signs and attempts to resuscitate them were unsuccessful.
The coroner has been notified and a fire investigator has been called in to determine where the carbon monoxide originated and why it leaked into the home.