Five people were treated for suffering from Carbon Monoxide at Congregation Divrei Chaim synagogue Tuesday morning, and one person has been taken for treatment at the hospital, FDNY said.

An FDNY Spokesperson told JP that firefighters responded at 9:02am for a Carbon Monoxide situation at the synagogue located at 1214 43rd street in Borough Park.

The Ba’al Tefillah was transported to the hospital, while the remaining 4 Yeshiva students were treated at the scene.

The cause of what led to the Carbon Monoxide is being investigated.