Investigation Of Fatal Noyac Fire Focuses On Outdoor Cooking Area - 27 East

Investigation Of Fatal Noyac Fire Focuses On Outdoor Cooking Area

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The rear of the Spring Lane house where the fire is believed to have started. Investigators say they are focusing on an outdoor grill as the likely origin of the fire, though what actually caused the inferno that killed two sisters has not yet been determined.

The rear of the Spring Lane house where the fire is believed to have started. Investigators say they are focusing on an outdoor grill as the likely origin of the fire, though what actually caused the inferno that killed two sisters has not yet been determined.

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting.    STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting.    STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting.    STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Fire investigators are focusing on an outdoor grilling area as the likely source of the fire that killed two sisters from Maryland in a late night fire earlier this month at the house their family was renting. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

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authorMichael Wright on Aug 24, 2022
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