Monday, December 03, 2012

FIRE DEATH
THE NUMBER ON THE HOUSE SHOULD BE 1807…BUT THAT IS GONE NOW, ALONG WITH MOST OF THE HOUSE….REDUCED TO ASHES. OUTSIDE THE HOUSE A SHAKEN NEIGHBOR STANDS LOOKING AT THE DAMAGE TO HER HOUSE AND THANKFUL ALL OF HER FAMILY MADE IT OUT OKAY. NEXT DOOR THAT IS NOT THE CASE…GARY SCHILL WAS KILLED DURING THE FIRE AT HIS HOME. NEIGHBORS SAY THEY HEARD A LOUD BOOM AROUND 5 THIS MORNING AND CALLED EMERGENCY SERVICES. OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A FULLY ENGULFED HOUSE. FIRE OFFICIALS ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING THE INCIDENT, BUT NO FOUL PLAY IS SUSPECTED. WHAT MAKES THIS STORY SADDER…GARY SCHILL’S BROTHER RONNIE SCHILL DIED LATE SATURDAY NIGHT OR EARLY SUNDAY. TWO BROTHERS SHARED ONE HOUSE NOW BOTH BROTHERS AND THE HOUSE ARE GONE. (CC)

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