Monday, January 27, 2020

DEADLY KANSAS CITY NORTHLAND BLAZE KILLS OLD SCHOOL BROTHER & SISTER!!!

We normally don't blog house fires but this one is exceptionally tragic and not only offers a REAL LIFE glimpse at housing and economic concerns but offers a glimpse at first responders in action . . . Take a look:

Fire at Northland home just off I-35 and 69-Highway kills siblings in their 60s

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A fire early Monday morning killed two people in the Northland. The fire happened at a home along Northeast Seattle Avenue near Northeast Munger Avenue at about 4:45 a. m. While he did not release their identities, Deputy Chief Jimmy Walker told FOX4 the victims are brother and sister and are in their 60s.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I hired a guy once to work in our PC department. He didnt show up the morning of his start date. We never heard from him. Turned out he died in his house fire. His dad died trying to rescue him. He was a smoker and fell asleep smoking. A very tragic thing. Dont smoke, Its not worth it.