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February 2, 2014
 

Community Mourns Mother and Daughters Death in Fire

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Written by: marvin
Family and friends help grieving survivors of Bedford St Fire. photo by Reggie Hales

Family and friends help grieving survivors of Bedford St Fire. photo by Reggie Hales

Hartford – (Feb 1, 2014 / 11AM) – Several family, friend and community leaders came together Saturday to mourn and celebrate the lives of 43 year old mother and 4 year old daughter, who died in awful fire Last Monday morning. rev Henry Brown and Minister Sam Saylor lead the grieving family in prayer Saturday morning, in front of the fire destroyed building on Bedford ST. This is our family. This effects us all. We all are responsible, said Rev. Brown”.  The fire investigation continues as to how the fire started. Donations were being accept to help the father Bobby Drake and his surviving son. Inquiring News will provide furthers details as they are released. Coverage and Photos by Reggie Hales



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