City of Milwaukee Firefighters battled a well involved dwelling fire early this morning. Â The fire claimed the lives of two people. Â The video was posted by WISN Channel 12Â WISN 12 NewsÂ and description is below.
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WISN – “Milwaukee police said an early morning fire that killed two people is being called arson. Â The fire broke out near 38th and Wright streets around 3:15 a.m.
Flames shot from the windows, consuming the front half of the home. Assistant Fire Chief Dan Lipski said several small explosions were noted and were believed to have been due to six oxygen tanks inside the home for medical purposes.
Two neighboring homes were also damaged.
Firefighters said one person was able to exit the home, but two bodies were found inside the home after the flames were extinguished.
Lt. Mark Stanmeyer said Friday afternoon that the fire is now being investigated as an arson and homicide.
Stanmeyer said a 27-year-old man and an adult female were found deceased inside the burned out home. He said their deaths are now being called homicides.
According to family and friends, Dontray Jones was the Â man found dead on the first floor.”…Continue Reading Here