Great Neck, NY — More than a dozen people, most of them teenagers, were treated for carbon monoxide exposure on Long Island early Tuesday.

It happened just after 6 a.m. at the Chabad of Great Neck on East Shore Road.

Many of the patients being treated were said to be adolescents.

At least one person, however, was transported to a local hospital by EMS.

The cause of the carbon monoxide is believed to be from the heating system in the building.