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‘Very Smart People,’ but a Keyless Car’s Downside Killed Them

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For Sherry H. Penney, a former university chancellor, and her husband, James D. Livingston, a retired physicist, the 2017 Toyota Avalon was a sensible purchase. It was a model she and her husband had owned before, but the new version had electronic sensors and other advanced features.

They are among at least three dozen people nationwide, many of them older car owners, who have died of carbon-monoxide poisoning related to keyless vehicles.

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