No? Well, here's the link to refresh your memory. (There are pictures.)
Anyway, we learned later that:
1. The lady who lived in that house and died in the fire set the fire herself. Intentionally. Yes, it was an arson-suicide. That precluded the insurance from paying anything.
2. The heirs (her two adult children) had little money themselves, so they could not afford to have the house demolished.
3. The lady who lived there did have an estate and a will, but the only official copy was in the house and burned up in the fire. Thus the heirs had no access to THAT money to get the house demolished while the estate was tied up in probate.
Well, today somebody is paying to have the house demolished, because this morning a crew arrived with some heavy equipment and went to work.
Here's one picture I took.
To see some of the other pictures, click HERE.
"Joshua fit the battle of Jericho,
Joshua fit the battle of Jericho,