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Mother of fatal CO poisoning victim speaks to FOX 5

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Sedrick "Tre: Baliem III (Family photo) Sedrick "Tre: Baliem III (Family photo)
Sedrick Baliem, Jr. (Family photo) Sedrick Baliem, Jr. (Family photo)
EAST POINT, Ga. -

A grieving mother opens up to FOX 5 News about the shocking death of her young son.

Memphis Baliem spoke to FOX 5 about her son, Tre, and his father, Sedrick on Saturday. The two died in a home on Graywall Street in East Point on Wednesday from what officials say was carbon monoxide Poisoning.

Memphis said that Sedrick Baliem III, but affectionately called Tre, looked up to his dad the most. They were both at the home when they both succumb to deadly exhaust given off by a generator in the basement. Tre's mother said she tried calling them several times that day, but no one answered.

Wednesday, authorities found both the father and his 11-year-old son dead inside the home. Memphis said that hearing about their death was like an unreal nightmare.

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