Bodies Recovered Five Days After TX Fire

02/21/2012
The bodies of two non-residents were recovered Monday from the rubble of a Harris County (TX) apartment complex that had burned five days earlier, prompting questions about the thoroughness of the fire response from relatives of the victims. A report in the Houston Chronicle (http://bit.ly/yv5dnj) describes how authorities found the victim's bodies at the scene of the three-alarm fire that ravaged portions of a building at the Monticello on Cranbrook apartment homes. Family members of the victims said firefighters and the apartment's management should be held accountable for the deaths. The deceased had been visiting friends who lived at the complex, thus their names were not on a list o...

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