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Hearth officials discover second victim in Fayetteville condominium fire

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Staff from the Fayetteville Hearth Marshal’s workplace obtain information and facts Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, just after a hearth at the Myers Residences on South Gregg Avenue in Fayetteville.
(NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

FAYETTEVILLE — A next person caught in apartment hearth very last thirty day period has died.

Fireplace Marshal Jeremy Ashley claimed Michael Phillips Jr., 24, died final 7 days in a Minimal Rock clinic. Firefighters pulled him and two other individuals from an condominium at 601 W. Centre St.

Hannah Shuster, 21, died at the scene whilst Philips and one more man ended up taken to Washington Regional Clinical Center for treatment method. Phillips was afterwards taken to a healthcare facility in Minimal Rock. Ashley reported he did not know which clinic Phillips was taken to.

Ashley explained the other person, who he did not identify, is however hospitalized.

The hearth was described at 3:16 a.m. Nov. 21.

Ashley claimed the Fireplace Department is waiting around on examination benefits from the state Criminal offense Lab and has not identified the induce of demise for possibly Phillips or Shuster.

Most of the hearth harm was concentrated in two models on the second ground, but the complete construction was deemed unlivable, Ashley explained. The induce of the hearth stays underneath investigation.

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