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No Meth Lab In Fatal Fire

Investigators say no sign of criminal activity

March 20, 2013

BRIDGEPORT — There was “definitely no meth lab” at the village apartment where three children died during a fire Sunday, Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office spokesman Michael Duchesne said....

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Bossman011

Mar-22-13 3:50 PM

I see they yanked the comments on the other article. Truth must hurt.

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Carrieaby

Mar-21-13 11:25 AM

It is a shame that people are going to fight and argue over what happened and how the fire started. They should be worried about families that lost homes lives and everything they owned. The material things can be replaced but the lives can not and then the parents are in the hospital fighting for their lives. They should worry about helping these people in badmes not arguing. ti

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whgfeeling

Mar-21-13 10:21 AM

you people make me sick. truely. i only hope karma comes to see you or a loved one very soon so you can share in the pain.

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whgfeeling

Mar-21-13 5:18 AM

lets hope karma pays a visit.

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Stupidity

Mar-20-13 8:06 PM

You guys wonder why he can't be reached for comment....you don't even know his name!!! Wow you want comment on something you guys have been totally wrong about this whole time! Eff off! It's none of ANYONE'S business what the names of the victims were! Those who matter know their names!

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OhValleyGuy

Mar-20-13 11:18 AM

The Times Leader has lost all journalistic integrity with this one. I know many people who were prepared to make a donation to the Wilson Funeral Home to help this family, and their hearts went out to the parents who lost these 3 young, innocent children...Then the Times Leader printed gossip and rumor from an unnamed "local business man" about a meth lab being in that building, and it blowing up, causing the fire. This caused many people to look a this family and this fire in a different light. Many who were going to donate did not do so, because they now thought this family were "druggies", that they perhaps caused this fire with a meth lab and people lost sympathy for them. Why? Because of a false rumor on the street that the Times Leader chose to report in their "news". The reporter should lose their job, the Times Leader should make a huge donation to this family, issue an apology on the front page of Sunday's paper, and they should identify the &

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acousticportal

Mar-20-13 9:55 AM

Community members know exactly what was taking place.

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Bossman011

Mar-20-13 8:59 AM

Kim North needs to issue a public apology right before they fire her. What a goof.

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SpankysLastDance

Mar-20-13 8:53 AM

Possibly theses tiny communities scattered around this pit called the Ohio Valley should consider inspecting buildings for code violations instead of arguing about where to place a piece of railing from a rusty old bridge! Were there smoke alarms in the Apartments? Were there fire escapes available? Did each apartment have two avenues of egress? Maybe the governments should be proactive and inspect for adherence to building codes (before) people die instead of being reactive.

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promo61

Mar-20-13 8:18 AM

Meanwhile your sister publication helped spread a rumor to the opposite effect. Is this how you cover for one another? Will the TL print a retraction and apology?

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